WORD ORIGIN

Middle English from Old French imaginer, from Latin imaginare ‘form an image of, represent’ and imaginari ‘picture to oneself’, both from imago ‘imitation, likeness, idea’—the source also of imitate

Mid-16th century from Latin imitat- ‘copied’, from the verb imitari; related to imago ‘image’

after-image,  image,  imagery,  imagesetter,  imaginable,  imaginary,  imagination,  imaginative(ly),  imagineer,  imagineering,  imaging,  imaginings,  imagism,  imago,  self-image,  unimaginable,  unimaginably,  unimaginative,  unimagined;  imitation,  imitative,  imitator,  inimitable
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