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Origin of void

1250–1300; (adj.) Middle English voide < Anglo-French, Old French < Vulgar Latin *vocīta, feminine of *vocītus, dissimilated variant of Latin vocīvus, itself variant of vac(ī)vus empty; see vacuum; (v.) Middle English voiden < Anglo-French voider, Old French < Vulgar Latin *vocītāre, derivative of *vocītus; (noun) derivative of the adj.

SYNONYMS FOR void

3, 4 See empty.
5 vacant, unoccupied.
8 vacuum.

OTHER WORDS FROM void

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British Dictionary definitions for void

void
/ (vɔɪd) /

adjective

noun

verb (mainly tr)

Derived forms of void

voider, nounvoidness, noun

Word Origin for void

C13: from Old French vuide, from Vulgar Latin vocītus (unattested), from Latin vacuus empty, from vacāre to be empty
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Medical definitions for void

void
[ void ]

v.

To excrete body wastes.

adj.

Containing no matter; empty.
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Idioms and Phrases with void

void

see null and void.

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