danar

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Bandjalang[edit]

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danar

  1. rib

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From Old Portuguese danar, from Latin damnāre (to damn; to discredit; to punish), from damnum (damage).

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danar (first-person singular present indicative dano, past participle danado)

  1. (religion) to damn to Hell
  2. to damage (to cause damage)
  3. (informal) to piss off (to cause to become angry)

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Swedish[edit]

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danar

  1. present tense of dana.

Venetian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin damnō.

Verb[edit]

danar

  1. (transitive) to worry
  2. (transitive) to torment
  3. (transitive) to damn

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