alăpta

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From lapte, probably based on French allaiter, as it has not been attested in popular use. The French derives from a Vulgar Latin *allacto, allactare, from Latin lacto. Compare also Aromanian alãptedz, alãptari, Italian allattare.

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a alăpta (third-person singular present alăptează, past participle alăptat1st conj.

  1. to suckle, breastfeed, nurse

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