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rapidly, adverbrapidity (rəˈpɪdɪtɪ) orrapidness, noun

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rap·id·ly,adverbul·tra·rap·id,adjective

Rapid | origin and meaning of rapid by online etymology dictionary

1630s, «moving quickly,» from French rapide (17c.) and directly from Latin rapidus «hasty, swift, rapid; snatching; fierce, impetuous,» from rapere «hurry away, carry off, seize, plunder,» from PIE root *rep- «to snatch» (source also of Greek ereptomai «devour,» harpazein «snatch away,» Lithuanian raplės «tongs»). Meaning «happening in a short time» is from 1780. Related: Rapidly; rapidness. Rapid-transit first attested 1852, in reference to street railways; rapid eye movement is from 1906.

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