dofuissim

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Etymology[edit]

to- +‎ ess- +‎ Proto-Celtic *semo- (pour), from *semH- (pump, draw water, scoop). Cognate with Middle Welsh gwehynnu (pour) (from *uɸo-semo-), Old Breton douohinnom (glossing haustum; from *to-uɸo-semo-), Lithuanian sémti (to pump, scoop), Latin sentīna (bilgewater).

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do·fuissim (verbal noun tuistiu)

  1. to create
  2. to beget (of a father)
  3. to bear (a child; of a mother)

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