lastimar

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Vulgar Latin *blastēmāre, present active infinitive of *blastēmō, from Ecclesiastical Latin blasphēmō, from Ancient Greek βλασφημέω (blasphēméō). Cf. Spanish lastimar.

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lastimar (first-person singular present indicative lastimo, past participle lastimado)

  1. to regret
  2. to mourn
  3. to injure

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Spanish, from Vulgar Latin *blastēmāre, present active infinitive of *blastēmō, from Ecclesiastical Latin blasphēmō, from Ancient Greek βλασφημέω (blasphēméō).

Verb[edit]

lastimar (first-person singular present lastimo, first-person singular preterite lastimé, past participle lastimado)

  1. to injure
  2. to hurt (cause physical or emotional pain)
  3. to damage, harm
  4. to offend
  5. to pity
  6. (reflexive) to hurt oneself

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