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From șa or from Vulgar Latin *insellāre ‎(to saddle), from Latin sella. Compare Aromanian nshiuedz, nshiuari, variant nshel, nshilari.

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a înșela ‎(third-person singular present înșală, past participle înșelat1st conj.

  1. to trick, deceive, swindle, cheat
  2. (rare, archaic) to saddle

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