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suflet

AromanianEdit

NounEdit

suflet

  1. Alternative form of suflit

RomanianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From a Vulgar Latin *suflitus, from Latin sufflō, from flō (to breathe), or from an alteration or suffix change of sufflātus. Compare Latin the meaning of animus, anima ("soul, also breath") deriving from the Proto-Indo-European root for "to breathe", and cf. also Latin spiritus (spirit), from spirō (breathe). Compare Aromanian suflit.

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NounEdit

suflet n (plural suflete)

  1. soul, spirit

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