cãrutsã

AromanianEdit

EtymologyEdit

car +‎ -utsã or from Latin carruca, possibly from the plural of an original proto-Romanian form (altered by influence from the diminutive suffix), or alternatively through a Vulgar Latin root *carrucia, *carrucea. Compare Romanian căruță. Cf. also Italian carrozza, French charrue. Doublet of carotsã, which was taken from Italian.

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cãrutsã f (plural cãrutsã)

  1. cart
  2. carriage
  3. coach

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