martor

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Romanian[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin martyr, or Vulgar Latin martur, from Ancient Greek μάρτυρ ‎(mártur). Compare Old Italian martore, Sardinian màrturu ‎(invalid), Calabrian marture, Lombard màrtul ‎(saint).

Noun[edit]

martor m (plural martorifeminine equivalent martoră)

  1. witness, onlooker, voucher (person who vouches)

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