yinar

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Aromanian[edit]

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Etymology 1[edit]

Ultimately from Latin iānuārius, through the intermediate of Greek Γενάρης ‎(Genáris).

Noun[edit]

yinar

  1. January

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Etymology 2[edit]

yin +‎ -ar, possibly corresponding to Latin vīnārius; compare archaic Romanian vinar, Italian vinaio.

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Noun[edit]

yinar m ‎(plural yinari)

  1. wine merchant