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Impart


IMP'ART, verb transitive [Latin impertior; in and partio, to divide; from pars, a part.]

1. To give, grant or communicate; to bestow on another a share or portion of something; as, to impart a portion of provisions to the poor.

2. To grant; to give; to confer; as, to impart honor or favor.

3. To communicate the knowledge of something; to make known; to show by words or tokens.

Gentle lady,

When first I did impart my love to you--