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cete

[ seet ]
/ sit /
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noun
a number of badgers together.
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Origin of cete

First recorded in 1400–50; late Middle English, of obscure origin; perhaps variant of Middle English cite “town,” a usage suggested by similarity of Middle English forms for borough and burrow;see origin at city
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British Dictionary definitions for cete

cete
/ (siːt) /

noun
a group of badgers

Word Origin for cete

C15: perhaps from Latin coetus assembly, from coīre to come together
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