From English encrypt, from en- + crypt, from Latin crypta (“vault”), from Ancient Greek κρυπτός (kryptos, “hidden”), from κρύπτω (krýptō, “I conceal”), from Proto-Indo-European *krāu-.
encriptar (first-person singular present indicative encripto, past participle encriptado)
- (cryptography) to encrypt (to conceal information by means of a code or cipher)
- This is a regular verb of the -ar group.
- Verbs with this conjugation include: amar, cantar, gritar, marchar, mostrar, nadar, parar, participar, retirar, separar, viajar.
From English encrypt
encriptar (first-person singular present encripto, first-person singular preterite encripté, past participle encriptado)
- to encrypt
1 Argentine and Uruguayan voseo prefers the
tú form for the present subjunctive.
This verb is regarded as anglicism by many, claiming that cifrar (“to encrypt”) should be preferred.