date

date
date1 [dāt]
n.
[ME < OFr < L data, fem. of datus, pp. of dare, to give (the first word in Roman letters, giving the place and time of writing, as data Romae, lit., given at Rome) < IE base * dō-, to give > Gr dōron, gift, didonai, to give, Russ dat', to give]
1. a statement as on a writing or coin specifying when it was made
2. the time at which a thing happens or is done
3. the time that anything lasts or goes on
4. [pl.] a person's birth and death dates, usually expressed in years
5. the day of the month
6.
a) an appointment for a set time, esp. one for a social engagement with a person of the opposite sex
b) such an engagement
c) a person of the opposite sex with whom one has such an engagement
vt.
dated, dating
1. to mark (a letter, etc.) with a date
2. to find out, determine, set, or record the date of
3. to assign a date to
4.
a) to show or reveal as typical of a certain period or age
b) to make seem old-fashioned or out-of-date
5. to reckon by dates
6. to have a social engagement or engagements with
vi.
1. to belong to, or have origin in, a definite period in the past: usually with from
2. to have social engagements with persons of the opposite sex
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to date
until now; as yet
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up to date
in or into agreement with the latest facts, ideas, styles, etc.
datable
adj.
dateable
dater
n.
date2 [dāt]
n.
[ME < OFr < L dactylus < Gr daktylos, a date, prob. < Sem, as in Ar dáqal, date palm]
1. the sweet, fleshy fruit of the date palm, having a large, hard seed
2. DATE PALM

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