immatriculate

transitive verb im·matriculate \ˌi+\

Definition of immatriculate

archaic

  1. :  enroll, matriculate

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Origin and Etymology of immatriculate

Medieval Latin immatriculatus, past participle of immatriculare to join, from Latin in- 2in- + Medieval Latin matricula — more at matricula


First Known Use: 1602


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