gută

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Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin gutta. The modern sense of "gout" is a neologism based on French. The second meaning of "paralysis" may have developed separately and seems to coincide with other Eastern European language cognates such as gota, which may have influenced it.

Noun[edit]

gută f ‎(plural gute)

  1. (regional, Banat) drop, small quantity
  2. (regional, Transylvania) paralysis
  3. (pathology) gout

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