tondeo

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Indo-European *tend, from *tem (to cut); see also Welsh tam (morsel), Middle Irish tamnaim (I cut off), Old Church Slavonic тина (tina, to split, cleave), and the second element of Latin aestimare (to appraise, value)

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Verb[edit]

present active tondeō, present infinitive tondēre, perfect active totondī, supine tōnsum

  1. I shave, shear, clip.
  2. I crop, prune, trim.
  3. I mow, reap.
  4. I graze upon, browse, feed.
  5. I plunder, deprive, fleece somebody.

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