nasture

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Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Uncertain. Compare Italian nastro. Possibly from a Latin root *nastula, from Ancient Greek, or alternatively borrowed from the Italian word, originally in a form *nastru, with a plural *nastruri, with the loss of the first 'r' and made singular analogically later.

Noun[edit]

nasture m (plural nasturi)

  1. button (clothing)

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