ornament

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[oɾnaˈment]

1. masculine noun Adornment, ornament.

Etymology: From orn-, the stem of verb ornăre, plus derivative suffix -ment.

ornăre

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[ˈoɾnəɾe]

1. transitive verb To garnish, to do something out, to embellish.

Etymology: From Latin ornare.

owerăre

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[oˈweɾəɾe]

1. transitive verb To milk.

Etymology: From ower plus derivate suffix -ăre.

oll

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[oʎ]

1. masculine noun Oil (from olive tree).

Etymology: From Latin oleum.

oliwa

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[oˈliwa]

1. feminine noun Olive (fruit).

Etymology: From olïu plus derivative suffix -a.

ouseuratori

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[ou̯seu̯ɾaˈtoɾi]

1. masculine noun Observatory.

Etymology: From ouseurat, participle of ouseurăre, plus derivative suffix -ori.

ouseurăre

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[ou̯ˈseu̯ɾəɾe]

1. transitive verb To observe, to watch.

Etymology: From Latin observare.

-ori

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[ˈoɾi]

1. derivative suffix Added to the stem of a verb, it derives the corresponding noun. Example: sentre-si (verb), to sit down, sentori (noun), chair; ouseurăre (verb), to observe, ouseuratori (noun), observatory.

Etymology: From Latin -oriu.

ouna

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[ˈou̯na]

1. feminine noun Ulna.

Etymology: From Latin ulna.

òixal

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[ˈoʃal]

1. adjective Ocular, related to the eyes.

Etymology: From oix plus derivative suffix -al.