strâmb

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Etymology[edit]

From Vulgar Latin *strambus, from Latin strabus, from Ancient Greek στρᾰβός (strabós), akin to Aromanian strãmbu, Albanian shtrembër, Italian strambo, Friulian stramp, Spanish zambo.

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strâmb m, n (feminine singular strâmbă, masculine plural strâmbi, feminine and neuter plural strâmbe)

  1. crooked, bent

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