profund

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Borrowed from Latin profundus. Doublet of pregon, which was inherited from the same Latin source through Old Provençal (compare Occitan prigond), passing through an Old Catalan form prevon and later preon (to which the antihiatic 'g' was later added).[1]

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profund (feminine profunda, masculine plural profunds, feminine plural profundes)

  1. deep
  2. (figuratively) deep; profound
  3. (of color) deep
    un blau profund
    a deep blue

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German[edit]

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profund (comparative profunder, superlative am profundesten)

  1. profound

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Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Latin profundus, French profond.

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profund m, n (feminine singular profundă, masculine plural profunzi, feminine and neuter plural profunde)

  1. profound, deep

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