ãntunic

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Aromanian[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Vulgar Latin *intunicō < Latin tunicō (cover with a tunic) < tunica. Compare Daco-Romanian întuneca, întunec.

Verb[edit]

ãntunic (third-person singular present ãntunicã, past participle ãntunicatã)

  1. I am caught somewhere for the night, caught by nightfall.

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