propale

transitive verb pro·pale \prōˈpā(ə)l\

Definition of propale

-ed/-ing/-s

archaic

  1. :  divulge

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Origin and Etymology of propale

Late Latin propalare, from Latin propalam openly, publicly, from pro before + palam openly; akin to Old Slavic polje field — more at for, floor


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