erto

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See also: érto, ērto, and értő

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Etymology[edit]

From the old past participle of the verb ergere (now erso), probably corresponding to a Vulgar Latin root *erctus (as the past participle of *ergō, ergere), for Latin ērectus, perfect participle of ērigō. Compare Spanish yerto. See also Italian eretto.

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Adjective[edit]

erto m ‎(feminine singular erta, masculine plural erti, feminine plural erte)

  1. steep

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