a prefix occurring in loanwords from Latin, where it meant “apart”: seduce; select.
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What Character Was Removed From The Alphabet?Johnson & Johnson, Barnes & Noble, Dolce & Gabbana: the ampersand today is used primarily in business names, but that small character was once the 27th part of the alphabet. Where did it come from though? The origin of its name is almost as bizarre as the name itself.
Origin of se-
< Latin sē(d) (preposition), sē- (prefix) without, apart
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