mursă

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Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Uncertain. Possibly from Latin mulsa, with Greek influence for the sound shift, or tied to Serbian mrs (day of sweets). Another less likely etymology is from Latin morsa ("bite").

Noun[edit]

mursă f (plural murse)

  1. (regional) mead
  2. (archaic) juice, must
  3. (archaic) sweetness, sweet part of a thing, pulp of a fruit

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