toamnã

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See also: toamnă

Aromanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin autumnus, with a change in gender as with iarã through analogy with vearã or primuvearã, possibly through an intermediate Vulgar Latin *otumna (a root), or [tempora] autumna. Compare Romanian toamnă.

Noun[edit]

toamnã f (plural toamni or toamne)

  1. autumn, fall

Derived terms[edit]