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EtymologyEdit

From Vulgar Latin *excapitāre, ultimately from Latin caput (head). Compare Aromanian ascapit, ascãpitari, Italian scapitare, also Old French deschater and Provençal descaptar, from Latin *discapitāre.

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a scăpăta (third-person singular present scapătă, past participle scăpătat1st conj.

  1. (popular, often of the sun, moon) to decline, go down, go under, set be on the wane

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