r'pugnant

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Norman[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French repugnant, borrowed from Latin repugnāns, present participle of repugnō, repugnāre (oppose, fight against).

Adjective[edit]

r'pugnant m (f r'pugnante, m plural r'pugnants, f plural r'pugnantes)

  1. loathsome