foamete

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Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Probably from foame, or from an unknown Latin root derived from fames as a parallel formation to foame. Compare also the plural declension of words like cap > capete. Another possibility is that it was influenced in spoken Latin by fomes, fomitem. Compare Aromanian foamitã.

Noun[edit]

foamete f ‎(plural foamete)

  1. famine, starvation

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