rumar

PortugueseEdit

EtymologyEdit

Rumo (course; destination) +‎ -ar, from Spanish rumbo (course), from Latin rhombus, from Ancient Greek ῥόμβος (rhombos, rhombus, spinning top), from ῥέμβω (rhembō, I turn around).

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rumar (first-person singular present indicative rumo, past participle rumado)

  1. to head (move in a specified direction)
  2. (nautical) to veer a watercraft to a specified direction

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VenetianEdit

VerbEdit

rumar

  1. (transitive) to rummage or search
  2. (transitive) to root or grub (the soil)

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Last modified on 15 February 2014, at 09:37