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Etymology

From Middle English from words borrowed from Middle French; from Latin ex- (“out of, from”), from Proto-Indo-European *eǵ-, *eǵs- (“out”). Cognate with Ancient Greek ἐξ (eks, “out of, from”), Transalpine Gaulish ex- (“out”), Old Irish ess- (“out”), Old Church Slavonic изу (izu, “out”), Russian из (iz, “from, out of”).

Prefix

  1. out of
    extract, expel, except, expression, etc.
  2. outside
    ex-directory
  3. former (but still living)
    ex-husband
    ex-president
    ex-wife
  4. former (but still living)
  5. Template:Biology Lacking.
    excaudate
    exstipulate

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