toapsec

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Aromanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin toxicus, from Ancient Greek τοξικόν ‎(toxikón, arrow poison), from τοξικός ‎(toxikós, pertaining to bows), from τόξον ‎(tóxon, bow).

Adjective[edit]

toapsec

  1. poisonous, venomous, toxic

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin toxicum, from Ancient Greek τοξικόν ‎(toxikón, arrow poison), from τοξικός ‎(toxikós, pertaining to bows), from τόξον ‎(tóxon, bow).

Noun[edit]

toapsec n ‎(plural toapsece)

  1. (obsolete) poison, toxin, venom

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