etymological

[ et-uh-mol-uh-jee ]
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The term in the etymological sense would be applied to Gwen.

It was not phonetic, nor was it etymological; it was simply Ritsonian.

Their etymological origin is in any case the same as if they were nicknames.

This is somewhat of a new departure in etymological dictionaries.

There is really no etymological connection between the two names.

Of all deductions, those drawn from etymological comparisons are, perhaps, the most fallacious.

On grounds equally slight with these have many attempts been made to form conclusions from etymological comparisons.

I and me, thou and ye, stand in no etymological relations to each other.

India had her etymological and her legendary school of mythology.

They are of course not the etymological bases, except sometimes by accident.

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