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===Etymology===
===Etymology===
Possibly borrowed from {{bor|it|fro|gaschier}}, {{m|fro|gacher}}, {{m|fro|gasser|t=to soil, spoil, waste}} and {{m|fro|gaschier}}, {{m|fro|guaschier}}, {{m|fro|waschier||to wash, soak}}, both from Old {{der|it|frk|*waskan}}, {{m|frk|*wascon|*wascōn|to wash, bathe}}, from {{der|it|gem-pro|*waskaną||to wash}}, from {{der|it|ine-pro|*wod-||wet}}. Alternatively, from {{m|it|guazzo}}, {{m|la|guazza}}.
Possibly borrowed from {{bor|it|fro|gaschier}}, {{m|fro|gacher}}, {{m|fro|gasser|t=to soil, spoil, waste}} and {{m|fro|gaschier}}, {{m|fro|guaschier}}, {{m|fro|waschier||to wash, soak}}, both from {{der|it|frk|*waskan}}, {{m|frk|*wascon|*wascōn|to wash, bathe}}, from {{der|it|gem-pro|*waskaną||to wash}}, from {{der|it|ine-pro|*wod-||wet}}. Alternatively, from {{m|it|guazzo}}, {{m|la|guazza}}.


===Pronunciation===
===Pronunciation===

Revision as of 09:56, 25 June 2021

Italian

Etymology

Possibly borrowed from Old French gaschier, gacher, gasser (to soil, spoil, waste) and gaschier, guaschier, waschier (to wash, soak), both from Frankish *waskan, *wascōn (to wash, bathe), from Proto-Germanic *waskaną (to wash), from Proto-Indo-European *wod- (wet). Alternatively, from guazzo, guazza.

Pronunciation

Verb

guazzàre (first-person singular present guàzzo, first-person singular past historic guazzài, past participle guazzàto, auxiliary avére)

  1. (intransitive, Tuscan) to wallow

Conjugation

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