blasfemie

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Etymology[edit]

Late Latin blasphēmia, from Ancient Greek βλασφημία ‎(blasphēmía, profanity), from βλασφημέω ‎(blasphēméō, to slander).

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Noun[edit]

blasfemie f ‎(plural blasfemieën)

  1. blasphemy

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Italian[edit]

Noun[edit]

blasfemie f

  1. plural of blasfemia

Old French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Late Latin blasphēmia, from Ancient Greek βλασφημία ‎(blasphēmía, profanity), from βλασφημέω ‎(blasphēméō, to slander).

Noun[edit]

blasfemie f ‎(oblique plural blasfemies, nominative singular blasfemie, nominative plural blasfemies)

  1. blasphemy

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Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

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Pronunciation[edit]

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Noun[edit]

blasfemie f ‎(plural blasfemii)

  1. blasphemy

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