-iță

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See also: iță, ita, ITA, itá, Itá, i̱ta, -ita, and -ità

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-iță f (plural -ițe)

  1. Forms diminutives of some feminine nouns
    fată (girl) + ‎-iță → ‎fetiță (little girl)
    capră (goat) + ‎-iță → ‎căpriță (little goat)

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Of Slavic origin; cf. Proto-Slavic *-ica.

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-iță f (plural -ițe)

  1. Used to make feminine forms of some masculine nouns, e.g. professions; -ess
    doctor (doctor) + ‎-iță → ‎doctoriță (female doctor), actor (actor) + ‎-iță → ‎actriță (actress)

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