kuarantin

MalayEdit

EtymologyEdit

From English quarantine, from Italian quarantina (forty days), the period Venetians customarily kept ships from plague-ridden countries waiting off port,[1] from Latin quadrāgintā (forty)

NounEdit

kuarantin (plural kuarantin-kuarantin, informal 1st possessive kuarantinku, impolite 2nd possessive kuarantinmu, 3rd possessive kuarantinnya)

  1. quarantine, a sanitary measure to prevent the spread of a contagious plague by isolating those believed or feared to be infected.

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