equivoque

or eq·ui·voke

[ek-wuh-vohk, ee-kwuh-]
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Origin of equivoque

1350–1400; Middle English equivoc adj.; see equivocal
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British Dictionary definitions for equivoque

equivoque

equivoke

noun
  1. a play on words; pun
  2. an ambiguous phrase or expression
  3. double meaning; ambiguity

Word Origin for equivoque

C14: equivoc equivocal
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