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EtymologyEdit

From Old Occitan [Term?], from Vulgar Latin *viglāre, from Latin vigilāre, present active infinitive of vigilō. Compare Occitan velhar, French veiller, Spanish velar. Cf. also the borrowed doublet vigilar.

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vetllar (first-person singular present vetllo, past participle vetllat)

  1. to stay up (not sleep at night)
  2. to work nights, to work a night shift
  3. to patrol
  4. (transitive with per) to look out for, watch over

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