demi-

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See also: demi and Demi

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From Middle English demi (half, half-sized, partial), from Anglo-Norman demi (half), from Vulgar Latin *dimedius, from Latin dīmidius, from dis- (apart; in two) + medius (middle).

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demi-

  1. half

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

See demi.

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demi-

  1. semi-, demi-, half-

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