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[ and; unstressed uh nd, uh n, or, esp. after a homorganic consonant, n ]SEE DEFINITION OF and
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WORD ORIGIN

Old English and, ond, originally meaning "thereupon, next," from Proto-Germanic *unda (cf. Old Saxon endi, Old Frisian anda, Middle Dutch ende, Old High German enti, German und, Old Norse enn), from PIE *en; cognate with Latin ante, Greek anti (see ante). Phrase and how as an exclamation of emphatic agreement dates from early 1900s.

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