appendant /əˈpɛnd(ə)nt / ‹formal›

a

I. adjective

attached or added, especially in a subordinate capacity.
II. noun

a subordinate person or thing.
– origin late Middle English (in legal contexts): from Old French apendant, from apendre ‘depend on, belong to’, from Latin appendere (see append).

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