Definitions

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  • A form of the prefix in- not, and in- in. See in-. Im- also occurs in composition with some words not of Latin origin.

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  • prefix A form of the prefix in-, used before b, m and p
  • prefix Alternative form of the prefix em-, itself variant of en-.

Etymologies

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Alternative form of in-, of various etymologies and meanings.

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From em-, from Old French em-, and also from later Middle French im-, partly by confusion with im- of Latin origin.

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