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EtymologyEdit

From Vulgar Latin *inuxorō > from uxoror, from Latin uxor (wife). Compare Romanian însura, însor, compare also Neapolitan nzurare.

VerbEdit

ãnsor (past participle ãnsuratã)

  1. (of men, reflexive, mi-ãnsor) I marry, wed (take as wife), get married.

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