THE ORIGIN OF 'ABANDON' AND 'RANDOM'
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Modern English 'ban' and related lexemes will be shown to have their origin in common with 'abandon', the latter of disputed etymology. This applies to a still greater extent to 'random', for the origin of which a plausible solution will be presented. A last paragraph is devoted to the etymology of Modern English PLAN.
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