porcin

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Borrowed from Latin porcīnus.

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porcin (feminine singular porcine, masculine plural porcins, feminine plural porcines)

  1. porcine; pig (of or relating to pigs)

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Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from French porcin, from Latin porcīnus.

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porcin m or n (feminine singular porcină, masculine plural porcini, feminine and neuter plural porcine)

  1. porcine, of pigs

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