épée

[ ey-pey, ep-ey ]SEE DEFINITION OF épée

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The soul of Epee, son of Panope, preferred the condition of a woman skillful in handiworks.

WORD ORIGIN

1889, from French épée, literally "sword" from Old French espe (9c., spede) "spear, lance," from Latin spatha (see epaulet).

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