Middle English (also in the sense ‘reputation’, which survives in house of ill fame): via Old French from Latin fama.
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Proficiency word lists of press, compress, depress, express, impress, oppress, repress, and suppress.
Both press and print (Middle English) can be traced back to Latin premere, ‘to press’, as can pressure, compress, depress, express, impress, oppress, repress, suppress, etc.
Mid 19th century (earlier (Middle English) as juxtaposition ): from French juxtaposer, from Latin juxta ‘next’ + French poser ‘to place’.
Early 17th century (in the senses ‘harmonize discrepancies’ and ‘assess loss or damages’): from obsolete French adjuster, from Old French ajoster ‘to approximate’, based on Latin ad– ‘to’ + juxta ‘near’.