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From Middle English faculte (power, property) < Old French faculte < Latin facultas (capability, ability, skill, abundance, plenty, stock, goods, properly, ML. also a body of teachers), another form of facilitas (easiness, facility, etc.) < facul, another form of facilis (easy, facile); see facile.

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Faculty

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faculties

Faculty (plural faculties)
  1. The scholarly staff at colleges or universities, as opposed to the students or support staff.
  2. A division of a university (e.g. a Faculty of Science or Faculty of Medicine).
  3. An ability, skill, or power.
    He lived until he reached the age of 90 with most of his faculties intact.

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