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EtymologyEdit

From amenaza (threat). Alternatively, from a hypothetical Vulgar Latin *admināciāre (to threaten) < *mināciāre (threaten), from *minācia (threat), from Latin mināx, mināciae.

VerbEdit

amenazar (first-person singular indicative present amenazo, past participle amenazáu)

  1. to threaten

ConjugationEdit

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SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From amenaza (threat). Alternatively, from a hypothetical Vulgar Latin *admināciāre (to threaten) < *mināciāre (threaten), from *minācia (threat), from Latin mināx, mināciae. Compare Catalan amenaçar, French menacer, Italian minacciare, Occitan amenaçar, Portuguese ameaçar, Romanian ameninţa, Sicilian amminazzari.

VerbEdit

amenazar (first-person singular present amenazo, first-person singular preterite amenacé, past participle amenazado)

  1. (transitive) to threaten

ConjugationEdit

  • Rule: z becomes a c before e.

Related termsEdit