solz

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See also: sòlz

Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Uncertain. Probably from Latin solidus (gold coin) (contracted to soldus in Late Latin- compare Italian and Portuguese soldo, Spanish sueldo, French sou, etc.), through an early Romanian root *soldu and its plural *solḑi. Thus possibly a doublet of solid. Other theories suggest Slavic *sъlzъ, but this is less likely. Also possibly an expressive creation.

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Noun[edit]

solz m (plural solzi)

  1. scale, flake

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