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impotent (adj.) late 14c., "physically weak, enfeebled, crippled," from Old French [...]


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impotent (adj.)

late 14c., "physically weak, enfeebled, crippled," from Old French impotent "powerless, weak, incapable of doing," from Latin imponentem (nominative impotens) "lacking control, powerless, feeble; lacking self-control,"

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