-uț

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See also: ǖt, ut, UT, út, ût, ut-, and -ut

Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

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

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-uț m, n (feminine singular -uță, masculine plural -uți, feminine and neuter plural -uțe)

  1. Forms masculine diminutives of nouns and adjectives.
    mic (small) + ‎-uț → ‎micuț (tiny)
    gras (fat) + ‎-uț → ‎grăsuț (chubby)
    drag (dear) + ‎-uț → ‎drăguț (cute, pretty, nice)
    haină (coat) + ‎-uță → ‎hăinuță (little coat)
    pisică (cat) + ‎-uț → ‎pisicuță (kitten)

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