Definition of aggroup
: to arrange in a group were aggrouped near the center of the square
aggroupment\ə-ˈgrüp-mənt, a-\ noun, plural
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Origin and Etymology of aggroup
French agrouper, from a- (from Latin ad-) + groupe group
First Known Use: 1695See Words from the same year
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