comânda

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From Vulgar Latin *commandāre, from Latin commendāre, present active infinitive of commendō. Compare Aromanian cumãndu, cumãndari. Cf. also the neological doublet comanda.

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a comânda ‎(third-person singular present comândă, past participle comândat1st conj.

  1. (popular) to sacrifice
  2. to remember, mention, pray for (one who has passed away)
  3. (archaic, regional) to attend to someone's burial, funeral, memorial service etc. after their death

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