aut enraix

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[au̯t enˈraʃ]

1. adverb of manner However.

Etymology: From Spanish alto embargo via *alto embrago.

apellăre-si

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[aˈpeʎəɾesi]

1. pronominal verb To be called (a name). Example: J’apelle-mi Àingel.

Etymology: From apellăre.

apellăre

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[aˈpeʎəɾe]

1. transitive verb To call.

Etymology: From Latin appellare.

ajuta

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[aˈjuta]

1. feminine noun Help.

Etymology: From Latin adiuta.

ainsĩ

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[ai̯nˈsi]

1. adverb of manner Thus, like this, such, so.

Etymology: From Latin ad sic, with interference of via *ansina, cf. Portuguese assim.

ainterjor

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[ai̯nteˈɾjoɾ]

1. adjective Previous.

Etymology: From Latin anterior.

adast

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[aˈdaʃt]

1. preposition Until, to, as far as (it marks the end of an action, a final number, a limit of a place or the end of time). Example: Al’aqwa da riwata scalé adast ou teixat da casa.

Etymology: From Latin ad ista.

aneu

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[aˈneu̯]

1. masculine noun Ring.

Etymology: From Latin anellus via *anelus.

acuixell

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[akuˈʃeʎ]

1. masculine noun Pin.

Etymology: From acuixa, plus derivative suffix -ell.

apric

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[aˈpɾik]

1. masculine noun Coat.

Etymology: From Latin apricus.