remanent

[rem-uh-nuh nt]

Origin of remanent

1375–1425; late Middle English < Latin remanent- (stem of remanēns), present participle of remanēre. See remain, -ent
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remanent

adjective
  1. rare remaining or left over
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Word Origin and History for remanent
adj.

"remaining," mid-15c., from Latin remanentem (nominative (see remanens), present participle of remanere (see remain (v.)).

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