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not actually but having the appearance of;
pretended; false or spurious; sham.
comb. form meaning
"false, feigned, erroneous," from Greek.
pseudo-, comb. form of pseudes "false,"
or pseudos "falsehood,"
both from pseudein "to deceive."
the sensation produced by stimulation of
the organs of hearing by vibrations transmitted
through the air or other medium.
1250 - 1300; (n.) ME soun < AF (OF son) < L sonus; (v.) ME sounen < OF suner < L sonare, deriv. of sonus