umeo

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From the Proto-Indo-European *wegʷ- ‎(wet; to irrigate; ox). Cognate with Ancient Greek ὑγρός ‎(hugrós), Old Norse vǫkr ‎(moist, damp, wet). More at weaky.

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ūmeō ‎(present infinitive ūmēre); second conjugation, no perfect

  1. I am moist, wet or damp.

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