tearã

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See also: teara, teára, and teară

Aromanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin tēla (web, warp), with a unique ultimate semantic development, arrived at from the analogy of skimming the thickened layer off the top of unhomogenized cream to make the product. Compare regional Romanian teară (warp), which preserved the original sense.

Noun[edit]

tearã f

  1. kaymak, a creamy dairy product made in the Balkans, similar to sour cream or clotted cream

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