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Etymology 1[edit]

From Latin dīrectus, probably through a Vulgar Latin form *derectus, and with the prefix n- added later within Aromanian. Compare Daco-Romanian drept.


ndreptu (feminine ndreaptã)

  1. straight
  2. right (direction)
  3. (masculine singular past passive participle of ndreg used as an adjective) repaired, fixed, mended, restored

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ndreptu (plural ndrepturi)

  1. right

Etymology 2[edit]

From the above, or from (ã)n- + Vulgar Latin root *directō, from or *indirectō, from Latin directus. Compare Daco-Romanian îndrepta, îndrept.

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ndreptu (past participle ndriptatã)

  1. I straighten, make straight, straighten out.
  2. I guide.
  3. I level.

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