confiscated

[ verb kon-fuh-skeyt; adjective kuh n-fis-kit ]SEE DEFINITION OF confiscated

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WORD ORIGIN

1550s, originally, "to appropriate for the treasury," from Latin confiscatus, past participle of confiscare, from com- "together" (see com-) + fiscus "public treasury," literally "money basket" (see fiscal). Related: Confiscated; confiscating.

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