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1. derivative suffix Added to a noun or an adjective, it derives a new adjective with a meaning of abundance. Example: pes (noun), weight, pesòs (adjective), heavy; verd (adjective), green, verdòs (adjective), greenish.

Etymology: From Latin -osus.

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1. derivative suffix Added to a noun or adjective, it introduces an augmentative meaning, big size, preference, etc. Example: home, man, homõ, big strong fellow; pella, skin, pellona, hide (thick skin).

Etymology: From Latin -one.


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1. masculine noun Occitan (person from Occitania).

2. adjective Occitan (related to Occitania or the Occitan people).

Etymology: From Oclã plus derivative suffix -ès.


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1. proper noun Occitania.

Etymology: From oc plus derivative suffix -lã.


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1. masculine noun Adornment, ornament.

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


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

Etymology: From Latin ornare.


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1. transitive verb To milk.

Etymology: From ower plus derivate suffix -ăre.


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1. masculine noun Oil (from olive tree).

Etymology: From Latin oleum.


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1. feminine noun Olive (fruit).

Etymology: From olïu plus derivative suffix -a.


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1. masculine noun Observatory.

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