See also: ses, SES, seś, sés, -ses, and şeş

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From Latin sessus ‎(seat) (compare Albanian shesh), from sedeō ‎(I sit); change in meaning also in Albanian shesh ‎(plain; flatness).

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șes n ‎(plural șesuri)

  1. plain, lowland, flatlands

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șes m, n ‎(feminine singular șeasă, masculine plural șeși, feminine and neuter plural șese)

  1. flat, level

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