limbut

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Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Probably from Latin linguutus (full of tongue, glib), ultimately from lingua. Compare Calabrian linguto, Catalan and Occitan lengut, Albanian ljingut.

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Adjective[edit]

limbut m, n (feminine singular limbută, masculine plural limbuți, feminine and neuter plural limbute)

  1. talkative, talky, chatty, garrulous

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Noun[edit]

limbut m (plural limbuți, feminine equivalent limbută)

  1. prattler, chatterbox, windbag

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