-uț

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Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Probably from Latin -uceum or -ucium. Compare Aromanian -uts, Italian -uccio, Sicilian -uzzu.

Suffix[edit]

-uț m ‎(feminine equivalent -uță)

  1. a suffix commonly used with nouns and adjectives to form a masculine diminutive, e.g. micmicuț, grasgrăsuț, dragdrăguț, carcăruță, hainăhăinuță, pisicăpisicuță.

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