noun tran·sumpt \-ˈsəm(p)t\

Definition of transumpt




  1. :  a copy of a writing or legal document; especially :  an exemplified copy

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Origin and Etymology of transumpt

Middle English, from Medieval Latin transumptum, from neuter of transumptus, past participle of transumere to transcribe, from Latin, to take from one to another

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to criticize severely

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