See also: magar, Magar, and mågar

RomanianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Possibly a substratum word, akin to or borrowed from Albanian magar. A less likely theory derives it from Latin onāgrārius (from onager) through a Vulgar Latin root *onagarius, which resulted in a hypothetical *unăgariu in early Romanian, leading to un *năgar and ultimately its current state (compare French onagrier).[1]

NounEdit

măgar m (plural măgari, feminine equivalent măgăriță)

  1. donkey, ass
    Synonym: asin

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