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Date: 1300-1400
Language: Latin
Origin: , present participle of errare; ERR

errant

adjective
     
er‧rant [only before noun] old-fashioned
behaving badly, usually by not obeying your parents or not being faithful to your husband or wife:
an errant wife
their errant son

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