Etymologicon Et`y*mo*log"i*con (-[i^]*k[o^]n), n. [NL., fr. Gr. 'etymologiko`n, prop. neut. sing. from 'etymologiko`s.] An etymological dictionary or manual. [1913 Webster]

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