plagiary

[pley-juh-ree, -jee-uh-ree]
noun, plural plagiaries.
2.
a plagiarist.

Origin:
1590–1600; < Latin plagiārius kidnapper, equivalent to plagi(um) kidnapping (akin to plaga snare) + -ārius -ary

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plagiary (ˈpleɪdʒərɪ)
 
n , pl -ries
archaic a person who plagiarizes or a piece of plagiarism
 
[C16: from Latin plagiārus plunderer, from plagium kidnapping; related to plaga snare]

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For such kind of borrowing as this, if it be not bettered by the borrower, among good authors is accounted plagiary.
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