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mimeograph (n.)

1889, "type of copying machine that reproduces from a stencil," invented by Edison, from Greek mimeisthai "to mimic, represent, imitate, portray" (from mimos "mime, imitator;" see mime (n.)) + -graph. A proprietary name from 1903 to 1948. The verb meaning "to reproduce by means of a mimeograph" is attested by 1895. Related: Mimeographed; mimeographing.

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Definitions of mimeograph
1
mimeograph (v.)
print copies from (a prepared stencil) using a mimeograph;
She mimeographed the syllabus
Synonyms: mimeo
2
mimeograph (n.)
a rotary duplicator that uses a stencil through which ink is pressed (trade mark Roneo);
Synonyms: mimeo / mimeograph machine / Roneo / Roneograph
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