genune

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Romanian[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Probably from Latin caerula, with some variants possibly from the form caerulea. Other theories suggest a root *gironem/gyronem, from *gyro.

Noun[edit]

genune f (plural genuni)

  1. (often literary, poetic) chasm, abyss, precipice
  2. (archaic) sea

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