ophelimity

noun ophe·lim·i·ty \ˌäfəˈlimətē, ˌōf-\

Definition of ophelimity

plural

-es

  1. :  economic satisfaction the seller's net ophelimity varies with the price

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Origin and Etymology of ophelimity

Italian ofelimità, from Greek ōphelimos useful, helpful (from ōphelein to help, from ophelos advantage, help) + Italian -ità -ity; akin to Sanskrit ā toward and to Sanskrit phalam fruit, profit — more at acharya


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