amarrar

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Catalan[edit]

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amarrar (first-person singular present amarro, past participle amarrat)

  1. to moor
  2. to tie

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From French amarrer, from Dutch anmarren (to tie).

Verb[edit]

amarrar (first-person singular present indicative amarro, past participle amarrado)

  1. to moor
  2. to tie

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

French amarrer (to moor), a borrowing from Dutch aanmeren (to tie), from aan- +‎ meren (to moor), from Proto-Germanic *mairōną, from Proto-Germanic *mairją (mooring post), likely formed as Proto-Indo-European *(H)moi- (to strengthen) +‎ *ro- similarly to Latin mūrus (defensive wall), see *mey-.

Verb[edit]

amarrar (first-person singular present amarro, first-person singular preterite amarré, past participle amarrado)

  1. to moor
  2. to tie

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