/playjriz/ (also plagiarise)
• verb take (the work or idea of someone else) and pass it off as one’s own.
— DERIVATIVES plagiarism noun plagiarist noun plagiarizer noun.
— ORIGIN from Latin plagiarius ‘kidnapper’, from Greek plagion ‘a kidnapping’.
Two bloggers further noted that the article was plagiarised from an article written by P G Mathew in 1995. Malcolm Loh, who owns the weblog where the article appeared, added that Rev Koh, who is his pastor and to whom he wrote, has acknowledged the error and will be publishing an apology in the next edition of the PLMC newsletter.