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But the etymology of “noisome,” (very unpleasant, offensive, disgusting) is (also via Merriam-Webster)”

“Middle English noysome, from noy annoyance, alteration of anoi, from Anglo-French anui, from anuier to harass, annoy — more at annoy
First Known Use: 14th century”

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