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Inherited from Latin fabricāre, present active infinitive of fabricō (which originally had to do with the forging of iron; see also fabrica, borrowed from this word and thus an etymological doublet, along with forja), and perhaps influenced by fier; another etymology links it to a Vulgar Latin root *ferricāre, from ferrum (compare Old French enfergier). Compare Aromanian fãric, fãricari.[1]

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a fereca (third-person singular present ferecă, past participle ferecat) 1st conj.

  1. to hoop
  2. to chain, fetter
  3. to strengthen by adding metal (such as a wheel)

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