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RomanianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Hungarian mozsár, from German Mörser.

NounEdit

mojar n (plural mojare)

  1. mortar (for grinding)

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EtymologyEdit

From hypothetical Vulgar Latin *molliāre (to soften by soaking), from Latin molliō, mollīre (soften) (influenced by mollia), from mollis (soft). Cognate to Asturian moyar, Catalan mullar, French mouiller, Occitan molhar, Portuguese molhar, Romanian muia.

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VerbEdit

mojar (first-person singular present mojo, first-person singular preterite mojé, past participle mojado)

  1. to moisten
  2. to make wet, to wet
  3. to toast (celebrate with a drink)

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