deperdition

noun
de·​per·​di·​tion | \ˌdē(ˌ)pərˈdishən\

Definition of deperdition 

archaic

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History and Etymology for deperdition

French déperdition, from Late Latin deperdition-, deperditio loss, from Latin deperditus (past participle of deperdere to destroy, lose, from de- + perdere to lose) + -ion-, -io -ion

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