See also: tese, tesé, and tèsè

Romanian edit

Etymology edit

Inherited from Latin texere, present active infinitive of texō, from Proto-Italic *teksō, either from Proto-Indo-European *tḗtḱ-ti or from *teḱ-se-ti, both from *teḱ- (to beget, produce).

Verb edit

a țese (third-person singular present țese, past participle țesut) 3rd conj.

  1. to weave
  2. (figuratively) to devise, concoct

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