AromanianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From un, unã, or from Latin ūniō, with the Aromanian suffix -escu or through a late Vulgar Latin form *ūnēscō, as with many fourth conjugation verbs. Compare Romanian uni, unesc, Italian unire, unisco, Catalan unir, uneixo, French unir, unis.

VerbEdit

unescu (past participle unitã)

  1. I unite.

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