Secern

Se·cern' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Secerned ; present participle & verbal noun Secerning .] [ Latin secernere . See Secrete .] 1. To separate; to distinguish. « Averroes secerns a
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secern

1. To separate; to distinguish. 'Averroes secerns a sense of titillation, and a sense of hunger and thirst.' (Sir W. Hamilton) ... 2. <physiology> To secrete; as, mucus secerned in the nose. ... Origin: L. Secernere. See Secrete. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Secern

• (v. t.) To separate; to distinguish. • (v. t.) To secrete; as, mucus secerned in the nose.
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secern

secern To identify or perceive something as separate.
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secern

to discriminate or distinguish; to secrete
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