divinar

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divinar (present tense divinas, past tense divinis, future tense divinos, imperative divinez, conditional divinus)

  1. to guess

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From Latin dīvināre, present active infinitive of dīvinō (I foresee, foretell, guess) (compare French deviner, Italian divinare).

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divinar (first-person singular present divino, first-person singular preterite diviné, past participle divinado)

  1. (transitive, rare) to divine, foretell
  2. (transitive, rare) to guess

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