• From Middle English faculte ("power, property"), from Old French faculte, from Latin facultas ("capability, ability, skill, abundance, plenty, stock, goods, property; in {{der") also a body of teachers}}, another form of facilitas, from facul, another form of facilis; see facile. facility.

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