colmar

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Galician[edit]

colmando ("thatching")

Etymology[edit]

From colmo (thatch).

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colmar (first-person singular present colmo, first-person singular preterite colmei, past participle colmado)

  1. to thatch
  2. to end the construction of a palleiro ("haystack")

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From colmo.

Verb[edit]

colmar (first-person singular present indicative colmo, past participle colmado)

  1. to thatch (cover with thatch)

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin cumulāre, present active infinitive of cumulō. Doublet of the borrowed cumular.

Verb[edit]

colmar (first-person singular present colmo, first-person singular preterite colmé, past participle colmado)

  1. to fulfill
  2. to fill
  3. to overwhelm

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