Frol
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Frol

Extremaduran

Etymology

From Latin florem, accusative form of flos ("flower"). Cognate with Italian fiore, French fleur, Spanish flor and Portuguese flor

Pronunciation

Noun

frol

  1. flower

Quotations

Almira mas l'obra la naturaleza
Que no la hecha pol ombri
Bella es la frol el cirgüelu
Mas pol frol
Que pol vela el ombri abrilsi

"Valdelacalzada en flor" in Youtube, Ismael Carmona García's poem


Mirandese

Etymology

From Latin fl?s, fl?rem.

Noun

frol

  1. flower

Portuguese

Etymology

From Old Portuguese frol, either a metathesis of flor[1] or a dissimilation of fror[2], from Latin fl?s, floris, from Proto-Italic *fl?s, from Proto-Indo-European *b?leh?- ("flower, blossom"), from *b?el- ("to bloom").

Pronunciation

Noun

frol m (plural fróis)

  1. (dialectal) Alternative form of flor
  2. water foam

References

  1. ^ Dicionário Aulete
  2. ^ 1932, Antenor Nascentes, Dicionário etimológico da língua portuguesa, volume 1.

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