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Main Entry: 1long
Inflected Form(s): lon·ger /l-gr/; lon·gest /l-gst/
Etymology: Old English long, lang "extending a great distance" 1: of great extent from end to end : not short 2 a: having a specified length <a meter long> b: forming the chief linear dimension <the long side of the table> 3: lasting for a considerable or specified time <a long friendship> <two hours long> 4: overly long or lasting too long <a long look> <a long explanation> 5: containing many or a specified number of units <a long series of wins> 6: being a syllable or speech sound of relatively great duration 7: extending far into the future 8: strong in or well supplied with something <long on golf> <long on wisdom> - at long last: after a long wait : FINALLY