MEANING: verb tr.: To free from guilt, blame, responsibility, obligation, etc.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin absolvere (to set free), from solvere (to loosen). Ultimately from the Indo-European root leu- (to loosen, divide), which also gave us forlorn, lag, loss, solve, analysis, resolute, and catalyst. Earliest documented use: 1475.


CABSOLVE - Uber and Lyft and such like

AHSOLVE - Charlie Chan to the rescue

A.B.SOLE - not just a school but a university of fish