notu

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Verb[edit]

notu

  1. imperative of noti

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *nutō ‎(use, enjoyment), from Proto-Indo-European *newd- ‎(to acquire, make use of). Cognate with Old Frisian note ‎(income from agriculture and animal husbandry), Middle Dutch not ‎(income from the land), Old High German nuz ‎(use, noun). Related to Old English nytt ‎(use), Old English nēotan ‎(to use, enjoy, possess), Old English nēat ‎(cattle, property). More at neat.

Noun[edit]

notu f

  1. use
  2. enjoyment
  3. profit, advantage, utility
  4. an office; occupation, employment, function, work
  5. the conducting of business, business affairs; the discharge of duty or office

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