Stipendless

stipend

[stahy-pend]
noun
1.
a periodic payment, especially a scholarship or fellowship allowance granted to a student.
2.
fixed or regular pay; salary.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English stipendie < Latin stīpendium soldier's pay, syncopated variant of *stipipendium, equivalent to stipi-, combining form of stips a coin + pend(ere) to weigh out, pay (see pend) + -ium -ium

stipendless, adjective


1, 2. See pay1.
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stipend (ˈstaɪpɛnd)
 
n
a fixed or regular amount of money paid as a salary or allowance, as to a clergyman
 
[C15: from Old French stipende, from Latin stīpendium tax, from stips a contribution + pendere to pay out]

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stipend
early 15c., from L. stipendium "tax, pay, gift," from stips "alms, small payment" + pendere "weigh" (see pendant)
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