RomanianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin masculus through Italian masculo. Doublet of mascur, which was inherited from Latin.

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AdjectiveEdit

mascul m or n (feminine singular masculă, masculine plural masculi, feminine and neuter plural mascule)

  1. (of plants and their parts) male; having necessary elements for impregnation

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NounEdit

mascul m (plural masculi)

  1. male

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