dumesnic

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Romanian[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin domesticus, possibly influenced by Slavic domaštĩnŭ. Today, the neologism domestic is much more common.

Adjective[edit]

dumesnic

  1. (archaic, of animals) domestic
  2. (archaic) tame, mild, gentle

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