guadaña

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Etymology[edit]

Of Germanic origin, (compare Spanish guadañar (to mow)), probably from Old Frankish waiþanjan (to pasture, forage), from Proto-Germanic *waiþō (hunt, pasture, food). Cognate with Old High German weidanōn (to hunt, forage for food). More at gain.

Noun[edit]

guadaña f (plural guadañas)

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