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aizart

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LatvianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From aiz- +‎ art (to plow).

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aizart tr. or intr., 1st conj., pres. aizaru, aizar, aizar, past aizaru

  1. (perf., imperf. art ciet) to fill up by plowing
    aizart kartupeļu vagasto plow the potato furrows full (so that they are full)
    svētdienas, vakarā bija aizarta pēc stādīšanas pēdējā kartupeļu vagaSunday, in the evening, the last potato furrow was plowed full after planting
  2. to destroy (something) by plowing over it
    aizart ceļuto plow over a path (so that it disappears)
    traktoristi kalna galā aizar senās ežasthe tractor drivers on top of the hills plowed over the old strips of grass
  3. to move toward some place while plowing
    aizart līdz vagas galamto plow on till the end of the furrows
  4. (rare, syn. ieart) to begin (but not finish) plowing
    aizarts tīrumsa plowed (but not finished) field
    aizarta vagaa plowed (but not finished) furrow

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