marito

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marito (plural maritos)

  1. husband

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From Latin marītus.

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marito m (plural mariti)

  1. husband

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marito

  1. first-person singular present indicative of maritare

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Latin[edit]

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From marītus (of or relating to marriage).

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present active marītō, present infinitive marītāre, perfect active marītāvī, supine marītātum

  1. I marry, wed.
  2. (of animals) I am coupled; I have a mate.
  3. (of plants) I am grafted.
  4. I impregnate.

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marito (plural maritos)

  1. husband

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