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summand

[ suhm-and, suhm-and, suh-mand ]
/ ˈsʌm ænd, sʌmˈænd, səˈmænd /
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noun
a part of a sum.
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Origin of summand

1890–95; <Medieval Latin summandus, gerund of summāre to sum
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British Dictionary definitions for summand

summand
/ (ˈsʌmænd, sʌˈmænd) /

noun
a number or quantity forming part of a sum

Word Origin for summand

C19: from Medieval Latin summandus, from Latin summa sum 1
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