DIVIDE , a word used technically as a noun in
See also:America and the
See also:British colonies for any high
See also:ridge between two valleys, forming a
See also:water-parting; a dividing range . For
See also:special senses of the verb " to divide " (
See also:Lat. di-videre, the latter
See also:part of the word coming from a
See also:root seen in Lat. vidua, Eng . " widow "), meaning generally to split up in two or more parts, see DIVISION . In a
See also:parliamentary sense, to divide (involving a separation into two sides, Aye and No) is to take the sense of the
See also:House by voting on the subject before it .
DIVIDEND (Lat. dividendum, a thing to be divided)
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