Origin and Etymology of gentrice
Middle English gentrise, borrowed from Anglo-French genterise, alteration (by l/r exchange) of gentelise, from gentil 1gentle + -ise, suffix of abstract nouns (going back to Latin -itia)
First Known Use: 14th century
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