- customary; habitual
- accustomed; habituated
Origin of wontedME: see wont, and amp; -ed
(comparative more wonted, superlative most wonted)
From Middle English woonted (“usual, customary"), from wont (“custom, habit, practice"), alteration of wone (“custom, habit, practice"), from Old English wuna (“custom, habit, practice", also "usual, wonted"), from Proto-Germanic *wunÃ´ (“custom, practice"), from Proto-Indo-European *wenÉ™- (“to wish, love"). Cognate with Old Frisian wona, wuna (“custom"), Old High German giwona (“custom"). More at wont, wone.