escalfar

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Catalan[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Provençal escalfar (compare Occitan escalfar, escaufar), from Vulgar Latin *excal(e)fāre (compare Spanish escalfar, French échauffer), from Latin excalfacere, present active infinitive of excalfaciō, from ex + calfaciō, variant of calefaciō.

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escalfar (first-person singular present escalfo, past participle escalfat)

  1. to heat; to warm up

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Occitan[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Provençal escalfar (compare Catalan escalfar), from Vulgar Latin *excal(e)fāre (compare French échauffer, Spanish escalfar), from Latin excalfacere, present active infinitive of excalfaciō, from ex + calfaciō, variant of calefaciō.

Verb[edit]

escalfar

  1. to heat; to warm up

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Probably a borrowing from Spanish escalfar[1], from Vulgar Latin *excal(e)fāre, from Latin excalfacere, present active infinitive of excalfaciō, from ex + calfaciō, variant of calefaciō.

Verb[edit]

escalfar (first-person singular present indicative escalfo, past participle escalfado)

  1. to poach (to cook in simmering water)

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Vulgar Latin *excal(e)fāre (compare Catalan escalfar, French échauffer), from Latin excalfacere, present active infinitive of excalfaciō, from ex + calfaciō, variant of calefaciō. Compare also the related Old Spanish calfar, and the learned calefacer.

Verb[edit]

escalfar (first-person singular present escalfo, first-person singular preterite escalfé, past participle escalfado)

  1. to poach (as an egg)

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