fremăta

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Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From freamăt, or possibly from Latin fremitāre, present active infinitive of fremitō, frequentative of fremō. Compare Italian fremitare, Corsican frumita ("to neigh").

Verb[edit]

a fremăta (third-person singular present freamătă, past participle fremătat1st conj.

  1. (of leaves) to rustle
  2. (of people) to murmur
  3. (of a person) to be seized by emotion; also to shiver, shudder, shake, tremble

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