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You are viewing the etymology of tent meaning: (Verb Noun) (archaic, UK, Scotland, dialect) To attend to; to heed. (archaic, UK, Scotland, dialect) to guard; to hinder. (archaic) Intention; design.. (archaic, UK, Scotland, dialect) Attention; regard, care.(archaic, UK, Scotland, dialect) To attend to; to heed. (archaic, UK, Scotland, dialect) to guard; to hinder. (archaic) Intention; design.. (archaic, UK, Scotland, dialect) Attention; regard, care.. You may also see other English etymologies of tent.
English word tent comes from Latin attentus (Attentive. Conscientious. Economical.).

Tent etymology ?

Tent detailed word origin explanation

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
attentus Latin (lat) Attentive. Conscientious. Economical.
atente Old French (842-ca. 1400) (fro)
attent Middle English (1100-1500) (enm)
tent Middle English (1100-1500) (enm)
tent English (eng) (archaic, UK, Scotland, dialect) To attend to; to heed. (archaic, UK, Scotland, dialect) to guard; to hinder. (archaic) Intention; design.. (archaic, UK, Scotland, dialect) Attention; regard, care.

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Descendants of attentus
attend attendance attention attentive bartender tend tender