zuzar

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From zuzo.

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zuzar (first-person singular present zuzo, first-person singular preterite zucé, past participle zuzado)

  1. to incite
    • 1880, Daniel Florencio O'Leary, Memorias del general O'Leary[1] (Memoirs of the general O'Leary), page 522:
      Debe, pues, creerse concluido el grito de reformas que levantó Venezuela; y la dificultad está reducida á impedir que viéndose abandonado Páez, imite desesperado á Cisneros, en cuya empresa le ayudarían, entre algunos otros, los que por amor á Fernando VII le han estado ahora zuzando.
      We should, then, think concluded the shout of reforms which lifted Venezuela; and the difficulty is reduced to stop them seeing abandoned Páez, desperate to imitate Cisneros, in whose company we would be helped, among others, for those who love Fernando VII have been now incited.

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