• From Middle English wrength, which may derive from an unattested Old English *wrengþu ("unevenness, wrongness, inequity") (from wrang) or have been formed in Middle English from wrong on analogy with strong : strength and long : length (see -th); modern uses may be similarly analogical nonces.

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