ermu

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Aromanian[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin herēmus, erēmus, from Ancient Greek ἐρῆμος ‎(erêmos), ἤρεμος ‎(ḗremos).

Adjective[edit]

ermu m (feminine ermã, masculine plural ernji, feminine plural ermi/erme)

  1. desolate, deserted, bare
  2. solitary, alone
  3. withdrawn

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Asturian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin herēmus, erēmus, from Ancient Greek ἐρῆμος ‎(erêmos), ἤρεμος ‎(ḗremos).

Adjective[edit]

ermu m sg ‎(feminine singular erma, neuter singular ermo, masculine plural ermos, feminine plural ermes)

  1. barren
  2. deserted

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Noun[edit]

ermu m ‎(plural ermos)

  1. desert (barren area)

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