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Description: Tardy \Tar"dy\, a. [Compar. Tardier ; superl. Tardiest .] [F. tardif, fr. (assumed) LL. tardivus, fr. L. tardus slow.] 1520s, "slow," from Old French tardif "slow, late" (12c.), also the name

Tardy \Tar"dy\, a. [Compar. Tardier ; superl. Tardiest .] [F. tardif, fr. (assumed) LL. tardivus, fr. L. tardus slow.]

1520s, "slow," from Old French tardif "slow, late" (12c.), also the name of the snail character in the Roman de Renart. from Vulgar Latin *tardivus. from Latin tardus "slow, sluggish; late; dull, stupid," of unknown origin. Meaning "late" in English is from 1660s.\n\nThis word, not much used in English prose, is constantly employed in the U.S. and in Canada with reference to lateness in school-attendance.

\nRelated: Tardily ; tardiness. Earlier form of the word in English was tardif. tardyve (late 15c.). Tardity "slowness of movement or action" is recorded in English from early 15c. from Old French tardete. from Latin tarditas.

1 late; overdue or delayed. 2 ineffectual; slow-witted, slow to act, or dullard. 3 Moving with a slow pace or motion; not swift. 4 (context obsolete English) unwary; unready. 5 (context obsolete English) criminal; guilty. n. (context US English) A piece of paper given to students who are late to class. v




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