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Old French, from Late Latin missaticum, from Latin mittere, missum (to send).

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Singular
Message

Plural
Messages

Message (plural Messages)
  1. Any concept or information conveyed by the use of (usually written) symbols.
  2. (Can we verify(+) this sense?) (informal, Irish, Scotland and Northern England, Patrono:Context 5) groceries, shopping

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Infinitive
to Message

Third person singular
messages

Simple past
messaged

Past participle
messaged

Present participle
messaging

to Message (third-person singular simple present messages, present participle messaging, simple past and past participle messaged)
  1. To send a message to; to transmit a message to, e.g. as text via a cell phone.
    Just message me for directions.
    I messaged her about the concert.
  2. To send (something) as a message; usually refers to electronic messaging.
    She messaged me the information yesterday.
    Please message the final report by fax.
  3. (intransitive) To send a message or messages; to be capable of sending messages.
    We've implemented a new messaging service.
    The runaway computer program was messaging non-stop.
  4. (obsolete) To bear as a message.

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  • (send a text message to): text

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Old French message, see above.

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Message m. (plural Messages)

  1. message

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Old French message, see above.

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Singular
Message

Plural
Messages

Message (plural Messages)
  1. message

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Late Latin missaticum, from Classical Latin missum, the supine of mittō

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Message m. (oblique plural Messages, nominative singular Messages, nominative plural Message)

  1. message (form of communication)

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Old French message, see above,

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Message (plural Messages)

Singular
Message

Plural
Messages

  1. message
  2. (in plural) purchases, shopping
    go the messages - do one's shopping

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