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eft

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noun \ˈeft\

Definition of eft

  1. :  newt; especially :  the terrestrial phase of a predominantly aquatic newt



Origin and Etymology of eft

Middle English evete, ewte, from Old English efete


First Known Use: before 12th century

Rhymes with eft


EFT

abbreviation

Definition of EFT

  1. electronic funds transfer (system)



Variants of eft

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EFTS


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