flutura

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Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

It is uncertain whether the noun fluture came before it or was derived from it. Probably ultimately of imitative origin, through a hypothetical *fâltura. Or linked to Albanian; compare flutur. Other theories suggest a Vulgar Latin root *flucturāre, from Latin fluctuāre, or *flutulāre, from flutāre ("to float"). Compare also Italian fiutola.

Verb[edit]

a flutura (third-person singular present flutură, past participle fluturat1st conj.

  1. to flutter, float, flit

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