scula

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See also: sculă

Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Uncertain. Generally considered to be from Latin *excubulāre (a term used in hunting, meaning to remove from an animal's den or nest), but this is a difficult link to make semantically and phonetically. Another possibility is a link to a Latin root *collāre, from Ancient Greek (compare Italian collare, scollare), or less likely, succollāre. Overall, it is probably ultimately tied to *collum, from collis.

Verb[edit]

a scula (third-person singular present scoală, past participle sculat1st conj.

  1. to get up, stand up, rise
  2. to wake, awaken
  3. to arouse

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