supputation

noun sup·pu·ta·tion \ ˌsəpyəˈtāshən \

Definition of supputation

plural -s
archaic
:the act or process or an instance of calculating :computation, reckoning

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Origin and Etymology of supputation

Middle English, from Latin supputation-, supputatio, from supputatus (past participle of supputare to count up, reckon, from sub- + putare to consider, think) + -ion-, -io -ion


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