ciumă

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See also: ciumã

Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Probably from Latin cyma. Meaning probably derived from the swellings from diseases such as the bubonic plague. Compare also Aromanian ciumã (peak, summit).

Noun[edit]

ciumă f (plural ciume)

  1. plague, pest, pestilence

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