flămând

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See also: flamand and Flamand

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Probably ultimately from Latin famelicus, through a Vulgar Latin root *flamenicus, or alternatively from a root *famulentus, from famis (compare Italian famulento), through an intermediate form *flamuentus. A less likely origin is flammabundus. Compare Aromanian flãmuntu.

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flămând m, n (feminine singular flămândă, masculine plural flămânzi, feminine and neuter plural flămânde)

  1. starving, famished, hungry, ravenous

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