soprar

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From Old Portuguese soprar, *soplar, probably a semi-learned term derived from Latin sufflāre, present active infinitive of sufflō ‎(I blow, puff up, inflate). Alternatively, from Vulgar Latin *supplāre, *sopplāre.

Cognate with Galician soprar, Spanish soplar and Venetian supiar.

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soprar ‎(first-person singular present indicative sopro, past participle soprado)

  1. to blow
  2. to whisper

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