armistice

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Borrowed from French armistice, from Medieval Latin armistitium, from Latin arma (weapons) and statio (immobility).

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IPA: /ˈɑɹ.mɪs.tɪs/

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armistice (plural armistices)

  1. A formal agreement to end fighting.

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Medieval Latin armistitium, from Latin arma (weapons) and statio (immobility) (compare solstitium). Cognate with Italian armistizio, Spanish armisticio.

Noun[edit]

armistice m (plural armistices)

  1. armistice

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