Mojar
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Mojar

Romanian

Etymology

Borrowed from Hungarian mozsár, from German Mörser.

Noun

mojar n (plural mojare)

  1. mortar (for grinding)

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Spanish

Etymology

From hypothetical Vulgar Latin *molli?re ("to soften by soaking"), from Latin molli?, moll?re ("soften") (influenced by mollia), from mollis ("soft"). Cognate to Asturian moyar, Catalan mullar, French mouiller, Occitan molhar, Portuguese molhar, Romanian muia.

Pronunciation

Verb

mojar (first-person singular present mojo, first-person singular preterite mojé, past participle mojado)

  1. to moisten
  2. to make wet, to wet
  3. to toast (celebrate with a drink)

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