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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) (per Diez), or from Frankish *krītan (to cry out, scream, proclaim) (per Littré), compare Middle Dutch crītan (to cry).

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

  1. (intransitive) to shout, to scream

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

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SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Spanish cridar, gridar, from Medieval Latin crīdāre (to cry out, publish, proclaim), from Frankish *krītan "to cry out, scream, proclaim" (--Littré), related to Middle Dutch crītan (to cry).

An alternative (less likely) origin is Latin quirito (to shriek, hiss).

Cognate wtih Portuguese gritar, Catalan cridar, French crier, Italian gridare).

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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