tulbura

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From Vulgar Latin *turbulāre, present active infinitive of *turbulō, itself either from Latin turbō or from turbula, diminutive of turba, or perhaps influenced by turbulentus; cf. *turbulus. Compare Aromanian turbur, turburari, French troubler, Occitan trebolar.

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a tulbura (third-person singular present tulbură, past participle tulburat1st conj.

  1. to upset, agitate, trouble, perturb, disturb

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