stâng

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See also: stang, stång, and stäng

Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From a Vulgar Latin root *stancus, from a contraction of Late Latin stānticus (tired), from Latin stāns, stantis. Compare Aromanian stãngu, also Old Italian mano stanca (left hand); cf. also the etymology of Italian manco (left; originally 'maimed', 'faulty' 'imperfect').

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Adjective[edit]

stâng m or n (feminine singular stângă, plural stângi)

  1. left (direction)

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