orma

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Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Of uncertain origin. Possibly from Ancient Greek through a Latin root *orma. Compare Romanian urmă, Istriot urma, cf. also Venetian usma.

Noun[edit]

orma f (plural orme)

  1. footprint
  2. track, spoor
  3. trace, mark

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