Prentice meaning

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An apprentice.
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(obsolete) An apprentice.
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(obsolete) To apprentice.
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(obsolete) Abbreviation of apprentice.
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(obsolete) Abbreviation of apprentice.
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Origin of prentice

  • An old (Middle English) aphetic form of apprentice; that is, a form which lost the unstressed initial vowel a and reduced the initial double pp to a single p.
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  • From prentice, an old (Middle English) aphetic form of apprentice, with the apostrophe added to indicate the lost letters.
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  • From prentice
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