disjambosiza

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[disjamboˈsiza]

1. feminine noun Lameness.

Etymology: From disjambòs plus derivative suffix -iza.

disjambòs

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[disjamˈbos]

1. adjective Lame, one-legged.

Etymology: From derivative prefix dis-, plus jamba, plus derivative suffix -òs.

droga

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[ˈdroga]

1. feminine noun Drug (addictive and/or illegal substance).

Etymology: From Arabic hatruka via Spanish droga.

False friends: drug (English) = meggament.

deultà

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[deu̯lˈta]

1. feminine noun Weakness.

Etymology: From deul plus derivative suffix -tà.

deul

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[deu̯l]

1. adjective Weak.

Etymology: From Latin debilis.

dormata

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[doɾˈmata]

1. feminine noun Sleep, nap.

Etymology: From dorm-, stem of dormăre, plus derivative suffix -ata.

deit

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[dei̯t]

1. masculine noun Finger.

Etymology: From Latin digitus.

~ dou pez

[dei̯t dou̯ pez]

1. masculine noun Toe.

Etymology: From deit dou pez, finger of the foot.

discendre

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[diʃˈkendɾe]

1. intransitive verb To go down, to fall, to descend, to come from.

2. transitive verb To go down, to come down, to lower.

Etymology: From Latin descendere.

discendre de

[diʃˈkendɾe de]

1. prepositional verb To come from, to derive from.

discendant

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[diʃkenˈdant]

1. masculine noun Descendant.

Etymology: From discendre plus derivative suffix -ant.

dïo

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[ˈdiːo]

1. masculine noun God (in general).

Etymology: From Latin deus.

D~

[ˈdiːo]

2. proper noun God (in Christianity).