Main Entry: print

Pronunciation: \ˈprint\
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English prente, from Anglo-French, from preint, prient, past participle of priendre to press, from Latin premere — more at press
Date: 14th century

1 : a mark made by pressure : impression
2 : an original work of art (as a woodcut, etching, or lithograph) intended for graphic reproduction and produced by or under the supervision of the artist who designed it