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RomanianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Either from a Vulgar Latin root *distramāre, from Latin trama or from des- + *tramă, which likely once existed as an inherited term in old/early Romanian (and also survived in Aromanian tramã) but now exists only as a neologism borrowed from French (cf. tramă). See also stramă. Compare Aromanian distrãmedz, distrãmari.

VerbEdit

a destrăma ‎(third-person singular present destramă, past participle destrămat1st conj.

  1. to unravel, unweave
  2. to fray
  3. to disintegrate

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