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Merriam-Webster's Collegiate® Dictionary, 11th Edition


I. verb
Etymology: Middle English, from Old Norse vanta; akin to Old English wan deficient
Date: 13th century
intransitive verb to be needy or destitute, to have or feel need , to be necessary or needed, to desire to come, go, or be , transitive verb to fail to possess especially in customary or required amount ; lack ,

2. to have a strong desire for , to have an inclination to ; like ,

3. to have need of ; require , to suffer from the lack of , ought , to wish or demand the presence of, to hunt or seek in order to apprehend , see: desire

II. noun
Date: 13th century

1. deficiency , lack , grave and extreme poverty that deprives one of the necessities of life, something wanted ; need , desire , personal defect ; fault , see: poverty