Definition of entire in English:

entire

Syllabification: en·tire
Pronunciation: /enˈtīr
 
/

adjective

[attributive]

noun

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  • An uncastrated male horse.

Origin

late Middle English (formerly also as intire): from Old French entier, based on Latin integer 'untouched, whole', from in- 'not' + tangere 'to touch'.

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