corci

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Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Often considered to be derived from Hungarian korcs. Another possibility may be that it derives from the verb form below (also corci), which may be an alteration of cruci, from cruce (cross).

Noun[edit]

corci m (plural corci)

  1. (regional, mostly of animals, also occasionally people) of mixed background

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Verb[edit]

a corci (third-person singular present corcește, past participle corcit4th conj.

  1. to cross, interbreed

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