orfan

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Etymology[edit]

From Greek ορφανός ‎(orfanós), Late Latin orphanus. Largely replaced the older inherited oarfăn. Compare Aromanian oarfãn.

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Adjective[edit]

orfan 4 nom/acc forms

  1. orphan, orphaned
  2. deficient, destitute, deprived

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Noun[edit]

orfan m ‎(plural orfani, feminine equivalent orfană)

  1. orphan (child without parents)

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