dispone

transitive verb
dis·​pone | \ də̇ˈspōn\
-ed/-ing/-s

Definition of dispone

Scots law
: to dispose of, grant, or transfer (real or personal property) legally

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Other Words from dispone

disponer \ -​nər \ noun, plural -s

History and Etymology for dispone

Middle English disponen to set in order, arrange, dispose, from Latin disponere

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