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  • adj. lukewarm

Etymologies

From Middle English luke, leuke, lewke ("lukewarm, tepid"), from an unexplained variant or extension of Middle English lewe ("warm, lukewarm, tepid"), from Old English hlēow ("warm"), perhaps due to confusion with Old English wlæc ("tepid, lukewarm, cool"). (Wiktionary)

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