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summand

noun sum·mand \ˈsə-ˌmand, ˌsə-ˈmand\

Definition of SUMMAND

:  a term in a summation :  addend

Origin of SUMMAND

Medieval Latin summandus, gerund of summare to sum, from summa
First Known Use: 1846

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