fetid

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See also: fètid

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Borrowed from Latin fētidus (having offensive odour), originally fēteō (to stink).

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fetid (comparative more fetid, superlative most fetid)

  1. Foul-smelling, stinking.
    I caught the fetid odor of dirty socks.

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fetid (plural fetids)

  1. (rare) The foul-smelling asafoetida plant, or its extracts.

Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From French fétide, from Latin foetidus.

Adjective[edit]

fetid m or n (feminine singular fetidă, masculine plural fetizi, feminine and neuter plural fetide)

  1. fetid

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