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See also: estriá and estría

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Etymology 1Edit

From Latin striga (row, strip).

NounEdit

estria f (plural estrias)

  1. a line, scratch or groove on a surface
    1. (dermatology) stretch mark; stria (stripes on the skin caused by rapid growth of tissues underneath)
    2. (firearms) a groove inside a barrel with rifling
    3. (architecture) flute (a decorative groove on a column)
    4. (geology) crevice (narrow fissure on a rock)

VerbEdit

estria

  1. third-person singular (ele and ela, also used with você and others) present indicative of estriar
  2. second-person singular (tu, sometimes used with você) affirmative imperative of estriar

Etymology 2Edit

From Latin strīga (evil spirit, witch).

NounEdit

estria f (plural estrias)

  1. witch
    Synonyms: bruxa, feiticeira