layout

[ ley-out ]
/ ˈleɪˌaʊt /

noun


Nearby words

  1. layering,
  2. layette,
  3. laying on of hands,
  4. layman,
  5. layoff,
  6. layover,
  7. laypeople,
  8. layperson,
  9. laysan,
  10. layshaft

Origin of layout

1840–50, Americanism; noun use of verb phrase lay out

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Word Origin and History for layout

layout

n.

also lay-out, "configuration, arrangement," 1852, from lay (v.) + out. Meaning "rough design of a printing job" is from 1910.

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