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pseudoetymologically, pseudo-etymologically (adverb); more pseudoetymologically, more pseudo-etymologically; most pseudoetymologically, most pseudo-etymologically
A descriptive term for unreliable earlier forms of words or parts of words that were supposed to be parts from which other words were derived: The pseudo-etymologically described words in the lexicon that Sharon examined were proven to be false and so they were not valid.
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