Flite meaning

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Origin of flite

  • From Middle English fliten (“to argue, quarrel”), from Old English flītan (“to strive, contend”), from Proto-Germanic *flītaną (“to strive, contend”). Akin to German befleissen (“to apply oneself diligently, endeavor”), Swedish beflita (“to apply to, study”), Dutch vlijt (“diligence, assiduity”), German Fleiss (“diligence, assiduity”), Swedish flit (“diligence”), Danish flid (“diligence”).
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