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aroma

See also: Aroma

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From Late Latin arōmata 'spices', from Ancient Greek ἄρωμα (árōma, seasoning, spicy and/or fragrant smell).

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aroma (plural aromas or aromata)

  1. A smell; especially a pleasant spicy or fragrant one.
    I love the aroma of cinnamon.
    The toilet was emitting a pungent, foul aroma.

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aroma n (plural aroma's, diminutive aromaatje n)

  1. aroma
  2. food flavouring

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Ancient Greek

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aroma m (plural aromi)

  1. aroma, fragrance, smell
  2. flavour, flavor
  3. spice

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arōma n (genitive arōmatis); third declension

  1. spice

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Third declension neuter.

Number Singular Plural
nominative arōma arōmata
genitive arōmatis arōmatum
dative arōmatī arōmatibus
accusative arōma arōmata
ablative arōmate arōmatibus
vocative arōma arōmata

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin aroma, from Ancient Greek ἄρωμα (árōma, seasoning, spicy and/or fragrant smell).

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aroma m (plural aromas)

  1. aroma
  2. flavour

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Serbo-CroatianEdit

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  • IPA(key): /arǒːma/
  • Hyphenation: a‧ro‧ma

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aróma f (Cyrillic spelling аро́ма)

  1. aroma

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aroma m (plural aromas)

  1. aroma