leccare

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Etymology[edit]

Possibly of Germanic origin; cf. Frankish *lekkon, from Proto-Germanic *likkōną, whence Old English liccian (Modern English lick). Compare French lécher. Alternatively, perhaps from a Vulgar Latin root *ligicāre, from Latin lingere, lingō.

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leccare

  1. (transitive) To lick

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