orear

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From a derivative of Latin aura (air, breeze). Compare Catalan orejar, Occitan aurejar, Italian oreggiare. Cf. also the related orate and Old Spanish oriella.

Verb[edit]

orear (first-person singular present oreo, first-person singular preterite oreé, past participle oreado)

  1. to air

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