biasimare

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Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From earlier biasmare, from Old Italian blasmare, borrowed from Old French blasmer, from Vulgar Latin *blastēmāre, present active infinitive of *blastēmō, from Ecclesiastical Latin, Late Latin blasphēmō, whence also the inherited Italian doublet of bestemmiare.

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biasimare

  1. (transitive) to blame

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