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EtymologyEdit

From Vulgar Latin *intunicāre, from Latin tunicāre, present active infinitive of tunicō "cover with a tunic", from tunica(tunic). Compare Aromanian ãntunic, ãntunicari. Compare also Italian intonicare, Spanish entunicar, with different development of meaning.

VerbEdit

a întuneca ‎(third-person singular present întunecă, past participle întunecat1st conj.

  1. to darken, dim
  2. (reflexive, impersonal) to become dark, dim

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