mundrums

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Latvian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From mundrs (lively, vibrant, active) +‎ -ums.

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(file)

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mundrums m (1st declension)

  1. liveliness, alertness, activity
    radīt mundrumuto create liveliness
    mundruma sajūtaa feeling of liveliness
    Elza norīvējās ar aukstu ūdeni... vēsā pieskaršanās uzdzina priecīgu mundrumuElza squabbled with the cold water... the cold touch drove (her) happy liveliness away
    viņš ierunājās gurdā balsī, veltīgi cenzdamies piedot tai mundruma pieskaņuhe started speaking with a weary voice, vainly trying to give it a touch of liveliness

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