unnggament

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[uŋd͡ʒaˈment]

1. masculine noun Ointment.

Etymology: From unngg-, stem of the verb unnggăre, plus derivative suffix -ment.

unnggăre

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[ˈuŋd͡ʒəɾe]

1. transitive verb To anoint, to smear.

Etymology: From Latin ungere.

unra-oixes

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[ˌunraˈoʃes]

1. masculine noun Cap.

Etymology: From unra and oixes, plural form of oix, shade for the eyes.

uter

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[uˈteɾ]

1. masculine noun Womb, uterus.

Etymology: From Latin uterus.

urs

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[uɾs]

1. masculine noun Bear.

Etymology: From Latin ursus.

False friends: ours (English) = nou.

 

unra

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[ˈunra]

1. feminine noun Shadow, shade.

Etymology: From Latin umbra.

unda

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[ˈunda]

1. feminine noun Wave.

Etymology: From Latin unda.

unvidail

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[unviˈdai̯l]

1. adjective Invisible.

Etymology: From derivative prefix un-, plus vid-, stem of vidre, plus derivative suffix -ail.

-ura

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[ˈuɾa]

1. derivative suffix Added to an adjective, to the stem of verb or to the participle of a verb, it derives the corresponding noun. Example: blanc (adjective), white, blancura (noun), whiteness; cout (adjective), educated, coutura (noun), culture, lleggăre (verb), to read, lleggat (participle), read, lleggatura (noun), reading.

Etymology: From Latin -ura.

unnllèixal

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[uɲˈʎeʃal]

1. adjective Illegal.

Etymology: From derivative prefix un- plus llèixal.