exuperance

noun

Definition of exuperance

plural -s
obsolete
: the amount by which one thing exceeds another; also : superabundance

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Origin and Etymology of exuperance

Latin exsuperantia, exuperantia, from exsuperant-, exsuperans, exuperant-, exuperans (present participle of exsuperare, exuperare to excel, surpass, from ex- 1ex- + superare to rise above, surmount exceed, excel, surpass) + -ia -y


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