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Etymology The word is derived from the Old English weorþscipe, meaning worship, honour shown to an object,<ref name=Bosworth>Bosworth and Toller, Anglo-Saxon Dictionary, "weorþscipe"</ref> which has been etymologised as "worthiness or worth-ship"—to give, at its simplest, worth to something.<ref>Kay, William K., Religion in education, Gracewing Publishing, 1997, 372 pages, ISBN 0-85244-425-7</ref>


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