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Noun 1. Longest or very long. ( 2. Furthest or very far. ( Word origin: Superlative of Latin longus, “long.”

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/ˌlänjəˈt(y)o͞odn-əl/  /ˌlôn-/  /-ˈt(y)o͞odnəl/ Adjective 1. Relating to length, or to longitude. ( 2. Running in the direction of the long axis of a body. ( 3. Forward and/or backward, relative to some defined direction. ( 4. (Sciences and social sciences, of a study) Sampling data over time rather than merely once. ( Word origin: From Latin longitudo, “length, duration,” from longus, from Old English lang...

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1. (of space) far, long; extended, prolonged. ( 2. (of time) long; tedious, laborious; long duration, continuance. ( 3. (of speech or writing) long-winded, lengthy. ( 4. great, vast, spacious. ( 5. remote, distant, far off. ( Word origin: Latin word meaning long hence, longissimus (superlative), “the...

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