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demi-

prefix

: half or partly

Full Definition of DEMI-

1
:  half <demisemiquaver>
2
:  one that partly belongs to (a specified type or class) <demigod>

Origin of DEMI-

Middle English, from demi, from Anglo-French, from Vulgar Latin *dimedius, modification of Latin dimidius, from dis- + medius mid — more at mid

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May 24, 2015
erudite Hear it
learned or pedantic
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