Word Buildingaware, ware; wary

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Origins

from The Oxford Dictionary of Word Origins

Old English gewær has a West Germanic origin and is related to German gewahr, also to ware. An early meaning was ‘vigilant, cautious’ as well as ‘informed’. Wary (Late Middle English) is from the same root.

Derivatives

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