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Definitions of RUDIMENT
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n. [Latin] An element or first principle of any part or science;â€” that which is to be first learnt; elementary book or first part of education;â€” the original or beginning of any thing; first form or shape, usually imperfect or experimental;- in botany, the germen, ovary, or seed bud;â€” also, an imperfect organ; an organ which is never fully formed.