noun, plural et·y·mons, et·y·ma [et-uh-muh]. /ˈɛt ə mə/.
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Richardson is also in favour of this etymon, notwithstanding its harshness and insipidity.
Let me give only one etymon by way of preparation for my answer.
Your correspondent asks the "etymon of our English word pearl."
The old French vairon signifies anything of two colours, and may possibly be the etymon of vaire.The Curiosities of Heraldry|Mark Antony Lower
Will you accept a French elucidation of the etymon of this word, which has sorely puzzled your correspondents?