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1. Stylishly graceful, and showing sophistication and good taste in appearance or behavior.
2. Satisfyingly and often ingeniously neat, simple, or concise.
3. Etymology: via French élégant, from Latin elegantem, elegans, “choice”; ultimately from, eligire, “to pick out, to select with care, to choose” (a source of English "elect").
This entry is located in the following units: -ant, -ants (page 5) legi-, -leg-, -ligi-, -lig-, -lect-, -lectic, -lection (page 3)
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(Latin > Old French > Middle English: well known, skillful, neat, elegant)