ruminar

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Occitan[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Occitan ruminar, from Latin rūmināre < rūminārī, present active infinitive of rūminor.

Verb[edit]

ruminar

  1. to chew; to ruminate
  2. (figuratively) to consider; to ponder

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin rūmināre < rūminārī, present active infinitive of rūminor.

Verb[edit]

ruminar (first-person singular present indicative rumino, past participle ruminado)

  1. to ruminate (to chew cud)
    Synonym: remoer
  2. to ruminate (to ponder over something)

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