hârtie

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Etymology[edit]

From Greek χαρτί (chartí), partly through South Slavic (compare Bulgarian хартия (hartija), Macedonian and Serbo-Croatian хартија). Compare Aromanian hãrtii. Cf. also the doublet carte, which has the same Ancient Greek root, but passed through Latin, as well as hartă, straight from Greek, and cartă, a later Latin borrowing.

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hârtie f (plural hârtii)

  1. paper

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