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If frugality were established in the state, and if our expenses were laid out to meet needs rather than superfluities of life, there might be fewer wants, and even fewer pleasures, but infinitely more happiness.
Oliver Goldsmith
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Old English

Etymology

From Latin crux. Cognate with Old High German krūzi (German Kreuz), Old Saxon krūci (Dutch kruis), Old Irish cros (Welsh croes, Gaelic crois, Old Norse kross (English cross)), Old French croiz (French croix), Spanish cruz and many others.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /kru:ʧ/

Noun

crūċ

  1. a cross

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