Etymology
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individuate (v.)

1610s, from Medieval Latin individuatus, past participle of individuare "make individual," from Latin individuus "individual" (see individual (adj.)). Perhaps modeled on obsolete French individuer. Related: Individuated; individuating.

updated on November 13, 2015

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Definitions of individuate from WordNet

individuate (v.)
give individual character to;
individuate (v.)
give individual shape or form to;
Language that individuates his memories
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