condonation

[kon-doh-ney-shuh n]
Also con·don·ance [kuh n-doh-nuh ns] /kənˈdoʊ nəns/.

Origin of condonation

1615–25; < New Latin condōnātiōn- (stem of condōnātiō), Latin: a giving away, equivalent to condōnāt(us) (past participle of condōnāre; see condone) + -iōn- -ion. See con-, donation
Related formsnon·con·do·na·tion, noun
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Word Origin and History for condonances

condonation

n.

1620s, from Latin condonationem (nominative condonatio) "a giving away," noun of action from condonare (see condone).

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