Conge meaning

kŏnjē
An abrupt dismissal.
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Formal or authoritative permission to depart.
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A leave-taking.
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A formal bow.
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(architecture) A concave molding.
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A curt dismissal.
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Permission to leave.
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A formal farewell.
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A bow, esp. at leave-taking.
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(archit.) A concave molding.
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Origin of conge

  • Middle English conge French congé both from Old French congie from Latin commeātus from past participle of commeāre to come and go com- com- meāre to go mei-1 in Indo-European roots

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition