unequivalent

[ ih-kwiv-uh-luh nt or for 5, ee-kwuh-vey-luh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF unequivalent
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WORD ORIGIN

early 15c., from Middle French equivalent and directly from Late Latin aequivalentem (nominative aequivalens) "equivalent," present participle of aequivalere "be equivalent," from Latin aequus "equal" (see equal) + valere "be well, be worth" (see valiant). As a noun from c.1500.

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