gritar

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gritar ‎(Latin spelling)

  1. to shout

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EtymologyEdit

From Medieval Latin crīdāre ‎(to cry out, publish, proclaim) (compare Spanish gritar, Catalan cridar, French crier, Italian gridare), of uncertain origin. Perhaps from Latin quiritare ‎(to shriek, wail) (--Diez), or from Frankish *krītan ‎(to cry out, scream, proclaim) (--Littré), compare Middle Dutch crītan ‎(to cry).

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gritar ‎(first-person singular present indicative grito, past participle gritado)

  1. to shout, to scream

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For usage examples of this term, see Citations:gritar.

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EtymologyEdit

From Old Spanish cridar, gridar, from Medieval Latin crīdāre ‎(to cry out, publish, proclaim) (compare Portuguese gritar, Catalan cridar, French crier, Italian gridare), of uncertain origin. Perhaps from Latin quiritare "to shriek, wail" (--Diez), or from Frankish *krītan "to cry out, scream, proclaim" (--Littré), compare Middle Dutch crītan ‎(to cry).

VerbEdit

gritar ‎(first-person singular present grito, first-person singular preterite grité, past participle gritado)

  1. to shout, to scream, to cry out, to call out
  2. to jeer at

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