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If he was funny he was also original, full of his own underivative flavour; if he was drab-colour, he was also beautiful.

WORD ORIGIN

early 15c. (adj.); mid-15c. (n.), from Middle French dérivatif (15c.), from Late Latin derivat-, past participle stem of Latin derivare (see derive). Mathematical sense is from 1670s.

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