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aizart

LatvianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From aiz- +‎ art (to plow).

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aizart tr. or intr., 1st conj., pres. aizaru, aizar, aizar, past aizaru

  1. (perfective, corresponding to imperfective art ciet) to fill up by plowing
    aizart kartupeļu vagas — to plow the potato furrows full (so that they are full)
    svētdienas, vakarā bija aizarta pēc stādīšanas pēdējā kartupeļu vaga — Sunday, in the evening, the last potato furrow was plowed full after planting
  2. to destroy (something) by plowing over it
    aizart ceļu — to plow over a path (so that it disappears)
    traktoristi kalna galā aizar senās ežas — the tractor drivers on top of the hills plowed over the old strips of grass
  3. to move toward some place while plowing
    aizart līdz vagas galam — to plow on till the end of the furrows
  4. (rare, syn. ieart) to begin (but not finish) plowing
    aizarts tīrums — a plowed (but not finished) field
    aizarta vaga — a plowed (but not finished) furrow

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