înfășa

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Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Vulgar Latin *infasciāre or în + Late Latin fasciāre, present active infinitive of fasciō, from Latin fascia. Compare Aromanian nfash, nfãshare, Italian fasciare, Occitan faissar, French fesser, Portuguese enfaixar, Spanish fajar, Friulian infašâ, Sardinian fasciai.

Verb[edit]

a înfășa (third-person singular present înfașă, past participle înfășat1st conj.

  1. to swaddle

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