summative

[ suhm-uh-tiv ]
/ ˈsʌm ə tɪv /

adjective


Nearby words

  1. summat,
  2. summate,
  3. summation,
  4. summation gallop,
  5. summation method,
  6. summative assessment,
  7. summer,
  8. summer camp,
  9. summer complaint,
  10. summer cypress

Origin of summative

1880–85; < Medieval Latin summāt(us) (see summation) + -ive

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Word Origin and History for summative

summative

adj.

1836, from Modern Latin summat-, stem of summatus (see summation) + -ive.

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