cuteza

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Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Vulgar Latin cottizāre or cottidiāre (compare Aromanian cutedz, cutidzari, Venetian scotezàr, Istriot cutisà, Aquileian scuttia, compare also Albanian kuxoj), from Ancient Greek κοττίζω ‎(kottízō) ‘to play craps, shoot dice’.

Verb[edit]

a cuteza ‎(third-person singular present cutează, past participle cutezat1st conj.

  1. to dare

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