recordation

[rek-er-dey-shuhn, ree-kawr-]
noun
the act or process of recording: the recordation of documents pertaining to copyright ownership.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English recordacioun orig., the faculty of recollection < Old French recordacion < Latin recordātiōn- (stem of recordātiō), equivalent to recordāt(us) (past participle of recordārī; see record) + -ion- -ion

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