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valetudinary

1valetudinary

adjective val·e·tu·di·nary \-ˈtü-də-ˈner-ē, -ˈtyü-\

Definition of VALETUDINARY

Origin of VALETUDINARY

Latin valetudinarius
First Known Use: 1581

2valetudinary

noun
plural valetudinar·ies

Definition of VALETUDINARY

First Known Use of VALETUDINARY

1665

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