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Origin and Etymology of inthronization
Middle French or Medieval Latin; Middle French intronisation, from Medieval Latin inthronization-, inthronizatio, from Late Latin inthronizatus (past participle of inthronizare to enthrone, modification—influenced by Latin in- 2in-—of Greek enthronizein) + Latin -ion-, -io -ion
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