wont (n.) Look up wont at Dictionary.com
"habitual usage, custom," c. 1400, from wont, adjective and verb.
wont (adj.) Look up wont at Dictionary.com
"accustomed," Middle English contraction of Old English wunod, past participle of wunian "to dwell, inhabit, exist; be accustomed, be used to," from Proto-Germanic *wunen "to be content, to rejoice" (cognates: Old Saxon wunon, Old Frisian wonia "to dwell, remain, be used to," Old High German wonen, German wohnen "to dwell;" related to Old English winnan, gewinnan "to win" (see win (v.)) and to wean; from PIE *wen- (1) "strive for, desire" (see Venus). The original meaning of the Germanic verbs was "be content, rejoice."