dorer

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From Old French dorer, inherited from Late Latin deaurāre, present active infinitive of deaurō, from Latin aurō.

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dorer

  1. to gild; to coat something in gold.
  2. to brighten up, to brighten something to give it a golden colour.
  3. (cooking) to brown, to give food a golden colour by adding an egg yolk.

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Nauruan[edit]

Noun[edit]

dorer

  1. word

Derived terms[edit]

dorerin Naoero "language of Nauru" = Nauruan
dorerin Norwei "language of Norway" = Norwegian