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adjective 
  1. untrue, Untrue, not factual, wrong.
  2. spurious, Spurious, artificial (as in false tooth, teeth).
  3. (logic) A state in Boolean logic that indicates a negative result.
Etymology: Though it exists in late fals was not common usage until the 12th century. It probably entered or reentered the language through or fals, faus. Prior to that it is clear to have come from , falsus, meaning "falsehood", from the earlier verb fallere, "to decieve".


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