See also: múgur

RomanianEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

Probably a substratum word, akin to or derived from Albanian mugull. Also, possibly from a Vulgar Latin root *muculus, diminutive of Latin mūcus, or simply reformed as a singular from mucuri as the plural of muc.

NounEdit

mugur m (plural muguri)

  1. bud