What Does Necessary Mean?


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The word necessary has its origin in Latin and is taken from the word necessaries. Necessarius was obtained from necesse. Later, it was adapted as necessaire by the Old French. Then, it was modified as necessarie by Middle English. Something which is absolutely essential is termed necessary. Necessary could mean indispensable, needful, required, requisite, compulsory, imperative, mandatory, obligatory, all-important, wanted, paramount, needed, prerequisite, mandatory and fundamental.

A thing which is needed to obtain a certain results is referred to as necessary. For example: necessary tools. Necessary could also mean inevitable. For example: necessary effects of over-indulgence. Here, necessary denotes something which is unavoidable or that which is determine by circumstances. The plural of necessary, necessaries, indicates something that is indispensable.

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