levance and couchance

noun lev·ance and cou·chance \¦levən(t)sənˈkau̇chən(t)s\
variants: less commonly

levancy and couchancy

\-vənsē...chənsē\

Definition of levance and couchance

  1. :  the state of being levant and couchant

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Origin and Etymology of levance and couchance

levance and couchance alteration (influenced by -ance) of levancy and couchancy, from levancy (from levant —in levant and couchant—+ -cy) + and + couchancy (from couchant —in levant and couchant—+ -cy)


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