estrany

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin extrāne-, stem of extrāneus. Cognates include Spanish extraño, Portuguese estranho, French étrange and Italian strano.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /əsˈtɾaɲ/
  • Hyphenation: es‧trany

Adjective[edit]

estrany m (feminine estranya, masculine plural estranys, feminine plural estranyes)

  1. alien (not part of a particular family, clan, nation, or other social group)
  2. strange; unknown
  3. foreign (something that is a place it should not be)
  4. strange; unusual; odd

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  • (alien): extern (external, not part of)

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Noun[edit]

estrany m (plural estranys, feminine estranya)

  1. (historical) alien; foreigner
  2. (historical) stranger
  3. chrysanthemum

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