Workly meaning

(philosophy, art, linguistics) Of, pertaining to, or performing some action or work; performative.

Workly nature.

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(UK dialectal) Diligent; industrious; given to work.
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Origin of workly

  • From Middle English *workly, *werklich, from Old English *weorclīċ ("suitable for work"; attested in unweorclīċ), equivalent to work +‎ -ly. Compare Scots warkly (“diligent, industrious”), West Frisian werklik (“real, actual”), Dutch werkelijk (“real, actual, factual, effective”), German wirklich (“real, actual, true, substantial”), Swedish verklig (“real, actual, true”).
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