ampersand /ˈampəsand/

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I. noun

the sign & (standing for and, as in Smith & Co., or the Latin et, as in &c.).
– origin late 18th cent.: alteration of and per se and & by itself is and’, formerly chanted as an aid to learning the sign.

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