molhar

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From Old Portuguese mollar, from Latin molliāre, present active infinitive of molliō (I soften), from mollis (soft).

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molhar (first-person singular present indicative molho, past participle molhado)

  1. to wet (to make wet)
  2. (euphemistic) to accidentally urinate on something
    Molhar a cama.
    To wet the bed.

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