Emendate meaning

ē'mĕn-dāt', ĭ-mĕn'-
To make textual corrections in.
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Remove errors and corruptions from (a text).
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Origin of emendate

  • Latin ēmendāre ēmendāt- to emend emend
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • From ēmendāt-, the perfect passive participial stem of ēmendō (“I free from faults”, “I correct”, “I improve”, “I remedy”, “I amend”, “I revise”, “I cure”); compare the verb emend.
    From Wiktionary
  • From the Latin ēmendātus (“corrected”), the perfect passive participle of ēmendō (“I free from faults”, “I correct”, “I improve”, “I remedy”, “I amend”, “I revise”, “I cure”).
    From Wiktionary