See also: burre

AlbanianEdit

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EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Albanian *burnā, from Proto-Indo-European *bʰh₂u-ro-, from *bʰuh₂- (to be, become). Close to Old High German gibūro, German Bauer (peasant), English bower. Orel considers it a Germanic loanword, reconstructing Proto-Albanian *burá.[3] Possibly related to Thracian [script needed] (bur).[2]

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NounEdit

burrë m (indefinite plural burra, definite singular burri, definite plural burrat)

  1. husband
  2. man, male
  3. mister, lord

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