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You are viewing the etymology of pose meaning: (Verb) (now, _, rare) To perplex or confuse (someone).. (now, _, rare) to puzzle, non-plus, or embarrass with difficult questions.. (obsolete) To ask (someone) questions; to interrogate.(now, _, rare) To perplex or confuse (someone).. (now, _, rare) to puzzle, non-plus, or embarrass with difficult questions.. (obsolete) To ask (someone) questions; to interrogate.. You may also see other English etymologies of pose.
English word pose comes from Middle English posen, Middle English opposen, Middle English aposen.

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Pose detailed word origin explanation

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
posen Middle English (enm)
opposen Middle English (enm)
aposen Middle English (enm)
pose English (eng) (now, _, rare) To perplex or confuse (someone).. (now, _, rare) to puzzle, non-plus, or embarrass with difficult questions.. (obsolete) To ask (someone) questions; to interrogate.

Words with the same origin as pose

Descendants of opposen
oppose