bocet

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Etymology[edit]

From boci +‎ -et, or possibly from a Vulgar Latin root *vōcitum, ultimately from Latin vōx. Compare Aromanian boatsit.

Noun[edit]

bocet n (plural bocete)

  1. wail, wailing; lament, cry
  2. dirge
  3. keen (prolonged wail for a dead person)

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