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Old French




adition oblique singularf (oblique plural aditions, nominative singular adition, nominative plural aditions)

  1. addition (that which is added)
    • a. 1275, unknown, Roman de Rose:
      Set Deus quanqu'il en avendra E quel fin chascune tendra, Par une addicion legiere, c'est a savoir en tel maniere come eles sont a avenir
      God knows whatever will happen of it and [to] what and each one will tend, by a mere addition, that is, in such a way, how they will happen.