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Etymology

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Borrowed from Romanian Buzău.

Proper noun

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Buzău

  1. A city in Buzău, Romania.
  2. A county of Romania.
  3. A river in Romania.

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Romanian

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Etymology

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Uncertain. Its name may be derived from Hungarian *Bozó, from Old Church Slavonic *Бъзовъ (*Bŭzovŭ, [river] of the elderberries), from бъзъ (bŭzŭ, elderberry). However, the Slavic name might be an adaptation via folk etymology of earlier Ancient Greek Μουσεος (Mouseos), from a Paleo-Balkan language.

Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key): /buˈzəw/
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Proper noun

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Buzău n

  1. Buzău (a city in Buzău, Romania)
  2. Buzău (a county of Romania)
  3. Buzău (a river in Romania)

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