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Etymology: From Old English wií, a shortened form of wiíer, from Old High German withar, widar (against). From Proto-Germanic withr, against, from Proto-Indo-European
  • wi-tero-, literally more apart; from wi, separation. In Middle English, the word shifted to denote association rather than opposition.



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