A Lackadaisical Lexicon for Laggard Logophiles
WAYMENT
[verb]
lamentation; grief; mourning; expressions of anguish.
Etymology: from Old English waymenten.
[August Friedrich Albrecht Schenck]

WAYMENT

[verb]

lamentation; grief; mourning; expressions of anguish.

Etymology: from Old English waymenten.

[August Friedrich Albrecht Schenck]

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