propone

verb
pro·pone | \ prə-ˈpōn \
proponed; proponing

Definition of propone 

transitive verb

1 Scotland : propose, propound

2 Scotland : to put forward (a defense)

First Known Use of propone

14th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

History and Etymology for propone

Middle English (Scots), from Latin proponere — more at propound

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