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EtymologyEdit

angoro +‎ -i.

VerbEdit

angori (present angoras, past angoris, future angoros, conditional angorus, volitive angoru)

  1. (intransitive) to be distressed, to be in anguish, to agonize
    • Valentin Melnikov (translator), La morto de Ivan Iljiĉ (Смерть Ивана Ильича / The Death of Ivan Ilyich) by Leo Tolstoy, Chapter 8,
      En solo li treege angoras, li ŝatus voki iun, sed li jam antaŭscias, ke en ĉeesto de aliaj eĉ pli malbonas.
      In solitude he is in extreme anguish; he would like to call someone, but he already knows beforehand that with others present it is even worse.

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NounEdit

angōrī

  1. dative singular of angor