scurge

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Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin excurrere, present active infinitive of excurrō, probably through the intermediate scure, influenced by verbs like merge in the same way as curge, which was originally an alteration of cure.

Verb[edit]

a scurge ‎(third-person singular present scurge, past participle scurs3rd conj.

  1. to drain, exhaust
  2. to flow, drip out, trickle
  3. to strain, filter
  4. to gather

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