Author: Gabon

Etymology, English, Due

Etymology From Middle English dewe, dew, due, from Old French deü (“due”), past participle of devoir (“to owe”), from Latin dēbēre, present active infinitive of dēbeō (“I owe”), from dē- (“from”) +‎ habeō (“I have”), from Proto-Italic *habēō or *haβēō, the latter…

English, Etymology, Fragmentation

Etymology fragment +‎ –ation Noun fragmentation (countable and uncountable, plural fragmentations) The act of fragmenting or something fragmented; disintegration. The process by which fragments of an exploding bomb scatter. (computing) The breaking up and dispersal of a file into non-contiguous areas…