See also: aret and året

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Inherited from Late Latin -āricius. Once created only nouns in older Romanian, some of which became adjectives over time.

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-ăreț m or n (feminine singular -ăreață, masculine plural -ăreți, feminine and neuter plural -ărețe)

  1. Forms nouns or adjectives indicating propensity or likeness, being inclined toward, or having the quality of; can be roughly comparable to English -y or -ish in some cases; see also -eț, with a similar function

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