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gent

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adjective \ˈjent\

Definition of gent

archaic

  1. :  pretty, graceful

Origin and Etymology of gent

Middle English, noble, graceful, from Anglo-French, from Latin genitus, past participle of gignere to beget — more at kin


First Known Use: 13th century


1564

First Known Use of gent

1564


Gent

geographical name

Definition of Gent

  1. — see ghent


GENT Defined for Kids

gent

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noun \ˈjent\

Definition of gent for Students

  1. :  1man 1 <a delightful old gent>


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