vindemio

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From vīndēmia (vintage, a grape-gathering), from vīnum (wine, grapes) + dēmō (I remove, take off).

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present active vīndēmiō, present infinitive vīndēmiāre, perfect active vīndēmiāvī, supine vīndēmiātum

  1. (intransitive) I harvest grapes, gather the vintage
  2. (transitive) I harvest grapes, gather the vintage from.

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