roter

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French[edit]

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From Latin ructāre (probably through a form *ruptāre in Late or Vulgar Latin), present active infinitive of ructō.

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roter

  1. to belch; to burp.

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German[edit]

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roter

  1. comparative form of rot
  2. strong masculine singular nominative form of rot.
  3. strong feminine singular genitive form of rot.
  4. strong feminine singular dative form of rot.
  5. strong plural genitive form of rot.
  6. mixed masculine singular nominative form of rot.

Latin[edit]

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roter

  1. first-person singular present passive subjunctive of rotō

Norwegian[edit]

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roter

  1. present tense of rote

Walloon[edit]

Etymology[edit]

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Verb[edit]

roter

  1. to walk