Other Word Forms of Complexion
Origin of Complexion
Middle English complexioun physical constitution from Old French complexion from Late Latin complexiō complexiōn- balance of the humors from Latin combination from complexus past participle of complectī to entwine complect
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Middle English complexion (“temperament”), from Old French complexion, French complexion, from Latin complexio (“a combination, connection, period”), from complecti, past participle complexus (“to entwine, encompass”)
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