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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from French lapidaire, 18th c.

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AdjectiveEdit

lapidar

  1. lapidary; brief, succinct (frequent connotation: more succinct than appropriate in the given situation)

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PortugueseEdit

VerbEdit

lapidar (first-person singular present indicative lapido, past participle lapidado)

  1. to cut (a gemstone)
  2. to stone, lapidate

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin lapidāre, present active infinitive of lapidō.

VerbEdit

lapidar (first-person singular present lapido, first-person singular preterite lapidé, past participle lapidado)

  1. to stone (to throw stones at)

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