spumega

RomanianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Probably from spuma with an added suffix (perhaps influenced by analogy with fumega), or less likely from a Vulgar Latin *spumigāre. Cognate with Aromanian spumig, spumigari; cf. also Italian spumeggiare, Spanish espumear, Aromanian spumedz, spumari.

VerbEdit

a spumega (third-person singular present spumegă, past participle spumegat1st conj.

  1. to foam, froth
  2. to spume

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