"etymonically" meaning in English

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Adverb

Forms: more etymonically [comparative], most etymonically [superlative]
Etymology: etymonic + -ally Etymology templates: {{suffix|en|etymonic|ally}} etymonic + -ally Head templates: {{en-adv}} etymonically (comparative more etymonically, superlative most etymonically)
  1. In an etymonic way; in a way based on etymons; as analyzed via etymons. Wikipedia link: femoral head fracture, femoral neck fracture, hip fracture, pelvic fracture Related terms: figuratively, literally Coordinate_terms: idiomatically
    Sense id: en-etymonically-en-adv-55bZNsPv Categories (other): English entries with incorrect language header, English terms suffixed with -ally

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