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adipo-cera = {n} adipocere

adipose = {adj} adipose, fat

adiposis (-ósis) = {n} adiposis, fatty degeneration

adipositate = {n} adiposity, fatness

adir = {v} 1. to approach; go to; 2. to attain, enter upon; {also:} [Law] to enter on (an inheritance, etc.) {Hence:} adition; adito

adition = {n} [Law] entering upon (an inheritance)

adito (ádito) = {n} adit, entrance (1. door, passage, etc. through which one enters; 2. access)

adjacente = {adj} adjacent; `angulos adjacente' adjacent angles

adjacentia = {n} adjacency (= state of being adjacent)

adjacer = {v} -; `adjacer a' to lie near or close to, border upon {Hence:} adjacente-adjacentia

adject- = {see} `adjic-'

adjectival = {adj} [Gram.] adjectival, adjective

adjective = {adj} [Gram.] adjective, adjectival {Hence:} adjectivo-adjectival

adjectivo = {n} [Gram.] adjective

adjic- [-jic-/-ject-] = {v} [occurring in derivatives] {Hence:} adjective &

adjudicar = {v} to adjudge (= to award judicially, as a prize, etc.); `adjudicar a' to knock down to (at an auction) {Hence:} adjudication; adjudicative; adjudicator; adjudicatario

adjudicatario = {n} highest bidder, purchaser (at an auction)

adjudication = {n} 1. adjudgment, award; 2. knocking down (at an auction)

adjudicative = {adj} adjudging, awarding

adjudicator = {n} adjudger, awarder

adjunct- = {see} `adjunger'

adjunction = {n} adjunction (= the act of joining or adding)

adjunctive = {adj} adjunctive

adjuncto = {n} 1. assistant, deputy; 2. [Gram.] adjunct

adjunger [-jung-/junct-] = {v} to join, unite (one thing to another) {Hence:} adjunction; adjunctive; adjuncto

adjurar = {v} to adjure {Hence:} adjuration

adjuration = {n} adjuration

adjustabile = {adj} adjustable

adjustage (-aje) = {n} [Mach.] assembly (of the parts of a machine)

adjustamento = {n} adjustment (= action of adjusting)

adjustar = {v} 1. to adjust; 2. [Mach.] to fit together, set up {Hence:} adjustage; adjustamento; adjustabile; adjustator; readjustar-readjustamento, readjustator

adjustator = {n} adjuster; [Mach.] fitter, setter, etc.

adjut- = {see} `adjuvar'

adjuta = {n} 1. aid, help; 2. aide (= assistant)

adjutante = {n} 1. helper, assistant; 2. [Mil.] adjutant

adjutar = {v} to aid, help; `adjutar se de' to use, make use of {Hence:} adjuta; adjutante

adjutor = {n} help, helper

adjuvante = 1 {ppr} of `adjuvar'; 2. {adj} helpful, adjuvant

adjuvar [-juv-/-jut-] = {v} to aid, help {Hence:} adjuvante; adjutor; adjutar &; coadjuvar &

ad libitum, ad lib. [L] = ad libitum, ad lib.

administrabile = {adj} administrable

administrar = {v} to administer (1. to direct, manage; 2. to furnish or apply) {Hence:} administrabile; administration; administrative; administrator

administration = {n} administration (1. action of furnishing or applying; 2. management of public affairs, an institution, business, etc.; 3. the persons collectively managing public affairs, an institution, business, etc.)

administrative = {adj} administrative

administrator = {n} administrator, manager

admirabile = {adj} admirable

admiral = {n} admiral {Hence:} admiralato; admiralitate

admiralato = {n} admiralship, admiralty

admiralitate = {n} admiralty (1. "law or court of the admiralty"; 2. government department in charge of naval affairs)

admirar = {v} to admire {Hence:} admirabile; admiration; admirative; admirator

admiration = {n} admiration

admirative = {adj} admiring

admirator = {n} admirer

admiscer [-misc-/-mixt-] = {v} to admix {Hence:} admixtion

admiss- = {see} `admitter'

admissibile = {adj} admissible

admissibilitate = {n} admissibility

admission = {n} admission (1. act of allowing entrance or access; 2. act of conceding the validity or truth of)

admitter [-mitt-/-miss-] = {v} to admit (1. to allow to enter; 2. to acknowledge as valid or true) {Hence:} admissibile-admissibilitate, inadmissibile-inadmissibilitate; admission-inadmission; readmitter-readmission

admixt- = {see} `admiscer'

admixtion = {n} admixture, admixtion

admoner = {v} to admonish {Hence:} admonition; admonitor; admonitori

admonestar = {v} to admonish {Hence:} admonestation

admonestation = {n} admonition, admonishment

admonition = {n} admonition

admonitor = {n} admonitor, admonisher

admonitori = {adj} admonitory

adoculamento = {n} (action of) fixing one's eyes upon

adocular = {v} to fix one's eyes upon, glue one's eyes to

adolescente = {adj} adolescent

adolescente = {n} adolescent

adolescentia = {n} adolescence

adolescer = {v} to grow up, to become adolescent {Hence:} adolescente-adolescentia

adonic = {adj} Adonic, Adonian

adonico = {n} [Pros.] Adonic

adonie = {adj} Adonian, Adonic

adonio = {n} [Pros.] Adonic

Adonis (-dó-) = {npr} [Gr. Mythol.] Adonis; adonis 1. [Bot.] Adonis, pheasant's eye; 2. fop, dandy {Hence:} adonic-adonico; adonie-adonio

adoptabile = {adj} adoptable

adoptabilitate = {n} adoptability

adoptar = {v} to adopt {Hence:} adoptabile-adoptabilitate, inadoptabile; adoptator

adoptator = {n} adopter

adoption = {n} adoption

adoptive = {adj} adoptive

adorabile = {adj} adorable

adorabilitate = {n} adorability

adorar = {v} to adore, worship {Hence:} adorabile-adorabilitate; adoration

adoration = {n} adoration, worship

adornamento = {n} adornment (= action of adorning)

adornar = {v} to adorn; `adornar de' to adorn with {Hence:} adornamento; adornator

adornator = {n} adorner

adorsar = {v} -; `adorsar (un cosa) a' to place (something) with its back against

ad rem [L] = ad rem, to the point

adrenal = {adj} [Anat.] adrenal; `glandulas adrenal' adrenal glands

adrenalina = {n} adrenalin

adressar = {v} to address (1. to write the address on, direct; 2. as in "to address a prayer to"); `adressar se' to address oneself (to)

adresse [F] = {n} address (1. formal communication; 2. as in "address of a letter, package, etc.") {Hence:} adressar

Adria = {npr} (city of) Adria {Hence:} adriatic-Adriatico

Adriano = {nprm} Adrian {Hence:} Adrianopolis etc.

Adriano-polis (-ópolis) = {npr} Adrianople

adriatic = {adj} Adriatic (1. pertaining to the city of Adria; 2. pertaining to the Adriatic); `Mar Adriatic' Adriatic

Adriatico = {n} Adriatic

adular = {v} to adulate {Hence:} adulation; adulator; adulatori

adulation = {n} adulation

adulator = {n} adulator

adulatori = {adj} adulatory

adulciamento = {n} 1. (act of) sweetening; 2. (act of) softening, etc.

adulciar = {v} 1. to sweeten (= to make sweet); 2. to soften, to make milder or more pleasing, etc.; 3. to render ductile or malleable

adulte = {adj} adult, grown-up {Hence:} adulto

adultera (-últera) = {n} adulteress

adulterar = {v} 1. to adulterate; 2. to commit adultery {Hence:} adultero-adulterin, adulterose, adultera; adulterio; adulteration; adulterator

adulteration = {n} adulteration (= action of adulterating)

adulterator = {n} 1. adulterator; 2. adulterer

adulterin = {adj} adulterine

adulterio = {n} adultery; `committer adulterio' to commit adultery

adultero (-últero) = {n} adulterer

adulterose = {adj} adulterous

adulto = {n} adult

adumbrar = {v} to overshadow, adumbrate {Hence:} adumbration

adumbration = {n} adumbration, overshadowing

adurer [-ur-/-ust-] = {v} 1. to burn, scorch; 2. [Med.] to cauterize {Hence:} aduste; adustion

adust- = {see} `adurer'

aduste = {adj} burnt, scorched, adust

adustion = {n} 1. (act of) burning, scorching; 2. [Med.] cauterization

ad valorem [L] = [Com.] ad valorem

advenimento = {n} advent (= arrival)

advenir [-ven-/-vent-] = {v} to happen, come to pass {Hence:} advenimento; advento-adventicie

advent- = {see} `advenir'

adventicie = {adj} adventitious

Advento = {n} [Eccl.] Advent

adverbial = {adj} adverbial

adverbio = {n} adverb {Hence:} adverbial

advers- = {see} `adverter'

adversar = {v} to oppose

adversario = {n} adversary

adversative = {adj} [Gram.] adversative

adverse = {adj} 1. adverse (= contrary, unfavorable); 2. opposite (= placed opposite)

adversitate = {n} adversity

[adverso] = {adv/prep} 1. towards; 2. against; 3. opposite

advertente 1. ppr of adverter; 2. {adj} advertent, attentive

advertentia = {n} advertence, advertency

adverter [-vert-/-vers-] = {v} to advert, have reference (to) {Hence:} advertente-advertentia, inadvertente-inadvertentia; adverse-adversario, adversitate; adversar-adversative; animadverter etc.

advertimento = {n} notice, warning

advertir = {v} to advise, give notice {Hence:} advertimento

advocar = {v} to call, summon; to call to one's aid {Hence:} advocato

advocato = {n} advocate (1. [Law; 2. champion, supporter)

adyname (-íname) = {adj} weak, without strength {Hence:} adynamia-adynamic

adynamia (-ía) = {n} [Med.] adynamia

adynamic = {adj} [Med.] adynamic

aer = {n} air (1. "atmospheric air"; 2. appearance; 3. melody); `esser in le aer' to be up in the air; `facer castellos in le aer' to build castles in the air; `prender le aer' to take an airing; `dar se aeres' to give oneself airs; `parlar in le aer' to talk at random; `haber le aer de (facer un cosa)' to appear to be (doing something); `haber le aer (triste)' to look (sad); `aer libre' open air {Hence:} aeree-antiaeree; aerifere; aerar-aerage, aeration; aerificar-aerification; aerodromo etc.; aerologia etc.; aeroplano etc.; aerobie etc.; aeriforme etc.; aerodynamic etc.

aerage (-aje) = {n} aeration, airing

aerar = {v} to air (= to expose to the open air)

aeration = {n} aeration, airing; {also:} [Chem.]

aeree = {adj} air (= airy, aerial); `via aeree' [Aeronaut.] airway; `posta aeree' air mail; `vias aeree' [Anat.] air-passages

aerifere = {adj} aeriferous

aerificar = {v} to aerify (= to change to an aeriform state)

aerification = {n} aerification

aeri-forme = {adj} aeriform

aero-bie = {adj} [Biol.] aerobic {Hence:} anaerobie-anaerobio; aerobio

aerobio = {n} [Biol.] aerobe

aero-dromo (ódromo) = {n} aerodrome; {also:} airfield

aero-dynamic = {adj} aerodynamic {Hence:} aerodynamica

aerodynamica = {n} aerodynamics

aero-graphia (-ía) = {n} aerography

aerolitic = {adj} aerolitic

aero-litho (-ólito) = {n} aerolite {Hence:} aerolithic

aero-logia (-ía) = {n} aerology

aerometria (-ía) = {n} aerometry

aero-metro (-ómetro) = {n} aerometer {Hence:} aerometria

aero-nauta = {n} aeronaut, airman {Hence:} aeronautic; aeronautica

aeronautic = {adj} aeronautic(al)

aeronautica = {n} aeronautics

aero-nave = {n} airship; `aeronaves' aircraft

aero-plano = {n} airplane {Hence:} hydroaeroplano etc.; portaaeroplanos etc.

aero-porto = {n} airport

aero-static = {adj} aerostatic {Hence:} aerostatica

aerostatica = {n} aerostatics

aerostation = {n} aerostation

aero-stato (-óstato) = {n} [Aeronaut.] aerostat {Hence:} aerostation

affabile = {adj} affable {Hence:} affabilitate

affabilitate = {n} affability

affaire [F] = {n} affair (1. concern; 2. event); `affaires' affairs, business

affamar = {v} to starve, famish (= to cause to starve or famish) {Hence:} affamator

affamator = {n} starver (as in "starver of the people")

affect- = {see} `afficer'

affectabile = {adj} impressionable

affectar (1) = {v} to affect (= to have an affection for)

affectar (2) = {v} to affect (to pretend, feign) {Hence:} affectation; affectate

affectate = {adj} affected (= full of affectation)

affectation = {n} affectation (= artificiality of manner)

affectibile = {adj} impressionable

affectibilitate = {n} impressionability

affection = {n} affection (1. the fact or state of being affected or acted upon); 2. fondness; 3. [Pathol.]) {Hence:} affectionar-affectionate; disaffection-disaffectionar

affectionar = {v} to be fond of

affectionate = 1 {pp} of `affectionar'; 2. {adj} affectionate

affective = {adj} affective, emotional

affecto = {n} affection, fondness

affectuose = {adj} loving, affectionate

afficer [-fic-/-fect-] = {v} to affect (= to have an effect on) {Hence:} affectibile-affectibilitate; affection &; affective; affecto-affectuose, affectar (1)-affectabile; affectar (2) &

affidavit (-ávit) = {n} affidavit (= written statement made on oath)

affiger [-fig-/-fix-] = {v} to affix, fasten {Hence:} affixo-affixar

affilar = {v} to whet, sharpen {Hence:} affilatoria

affilatoria = {n} sharpener, sharpening machine

affiliar = {v} to affiliate (= to receive or connect as member, branch, etc.); `affiliar se con' to affiliate with, join {Hence:} affiliation; affiliate

affiliate = 1 {pp} of `affiliar'; 2. {adj} affiliate, affiliated

affiliation = {n} affiliation (with a society, etc.)

affin = {adj} 1. resembling, like; 2. related by marriage; `(patre, matre, etc.) affin' (father-, mother-, etc.) in-law {Hence:} affinitate

affinamento = {n} (act of) refining, improving; {also:} [Metal.]

affinar = {v} 1. to refine, improve; {also:} [Metal.] {Hence:} affinamento; affinator; raffinar &

affinator = {n} refiner (of metals)

affinitate = {n} affinity (1. relationship by marriage; 2. resemblance, likeness; 3. attraction)

affirmabile = {adj} affirmable

affirmar = {v} 1. to strengthen, make firm; 2. to affirm, assert {Hence:} affirmabile; affirmation; affirmative-affirmativa; affirmator; reaffirmar

affirmation = {n} affirmation (1. assertion; 2. affirmative proposition)

affirmativa = {n} affirmative (= affirmative statement, reply, etc.)

affirmative = {adj} affirmative; `responder affirmativemente' to answer in the affirmative

affirmator = {n} affirmer

affix- = {see} `affiger'

affixar = {v} to affix, fasten

affixo = {n} [Gram.] affix

afflict- = {see} `affliger'

affliction = {n} affliction, distress

afflictive = {adj} giving pain, distressing; `pena afflictive' corporal punishment

affliger [-flig-/-flict-] = {v} to afflict; `affliger se' to be grieved {Hence:} affliction; afflictive

affloramento = {n} [Geol.] outcrop

afflorar = {v} [Geol.] to outcrop {Hence:} affloramento

affluente' I. ppr of `affluer'; II. {adj} 1. tributary (as in "tributary stream"); 2. affluent, opulent

affluente = {n} tributary (stream), affluent

affluentia = {n} affluence (1. concourse, flowing towards; 2. as in "affluence of people"; 3. profusion, opulence)

affluer [-flu-/-flux-] = {v} 1. to flow (into); 2. to crowd, flock, throng (to a place) {Hence:} affluente-affluentia; affluxo

afflux- = {see} `affluer'

affluxo = {n} afflux

affollamento = {n} 1. madness; 2. panic, terror

affollar = {v} to madden, drive mad; `affollar se' to go mad; {also:} to lose control of oneself, grow panicky {Hence:} affollamento

affrontamento = {n} 1. (act of) affronting, insulting; 2. open defiance

affrontar = {v} to affront (1. to insult to the face; 2. to face in defiance) {Hence:} affronto; affrontamento; affrontator

affrontator = {n} affronter, insulter

affronto = {n} affront

affusar = {v} to spindle, give a spindle shape to (as in "to spindle a column, etc.")

Africa (á-) = {npr} Africa {Hence:} african-africano

african = {adj} African

africano = {n} African

agar-agar [Mal.] = {n} agar-agar

agata (á-) = {n} agate (= the stone agate) {Hence:} agatifere; agatin; agatiforme etc.

agatifere = {adj} agatiferous

agati-forme = {adj} agatiform

agatin = {adj} agate, agatine

-age (-aje) = {suffixo substantive} [used with nouns and verbs; `-agi-' before `-a-' and `-o-' of additional suffix] -age (1. collection of ...; 2. action or process of -ing) {Hence:} foliage etc.; acierage etc.

agenda = {n} agenda (= memorandum book)

agente = {n} agent (1. active power; 2. one who acts for another); `agente (de cambio)' (stock)broker

agentia = {n} agency (as in "news agency, real estate agency, etc.")

ager [ag-/act-; -ig-/-act-] = {v} to act (= to be doing) {Hence:} agenda: agente-agentia; agitar &: agibile; action-actionero, actionista, actionar-actionabile, inaction; active-activate, activar-activation, activo, inactive-inactivitate, radioactive etc.; actor; actrice; acto-actuario-actuariato, actuarial, actual-actualitate, actualizar-actualization, actuar-actuation, interacto; coager &; reager &; retroager-retroaction, retroactive-retroactivitate; transiger &; ligitar etc.

agglomerar = {v} to agglomerate (= to gather or heap together) {Hence:} agglomeration; aglomerato

agglomeration = {n} agglomeration

agglomerato = {n} agglomerate

agglutinante = 1 {ppr} of `agglutinar'; 2. {adj} agglutinant, agglutinative; `linguas agglutinante' agglutinative languages

agglutinar = {v} to stick or glue together, agglutinate {Hence:} aglutinante; agglutination; agglutinative

agglutination = {n} agglutination

agglutinative = {adj} agglutinative, agglutinating

aggrandimento = {n} 1. enlargement; 2. aggrandizement

aggrandir = {v} 1. to make greater, enlarge; {also:} to magnify; 2. to aggrandize (= to increase the power, wealth, or rank, of) {Hence:} aggrandimento

aggravamento = {n} aggravation

aggravar = {v} to aggravate (= to make worse); aggravar se to grow worse or more serious {Hence:} aggravamento; aggravation; aggravator

aggravation = {n} aggravation (= act of aggravating, or state of being aggravated)

aggravator = {n} aggravator

aggreder [-gred-/-gress-] = {v} to assail, attack {Hence:} aggression; aggressive; aggressor

aggregar = {v} to aggregate (= to collect or unite into a mass or sum) {Hence:} aggregation; aggregative; aggregato; disaggregar-disaggregation

aggregation = {n} aggregation

aggregative = {adj} aggregative

aggregato = {n} aggregate

aggress- = {see} `aggreder'

aggression = {n} aggression

aggressive = {adj} aggressive

aggressor = {n} aggressor

aggruppamento = {n} 1. (act of) grouping; 2. group

aggruppar = {v} to group

-agi- = {see} `-age'

agibile = {adj} 1. feasible; 2. manageable

agile = {adj} agile; nimble {Hence:} agilitate

agilitate = {n} agility; nimbleness

agio (ajo) = {n} [Com.] agio, exchange premium {Hence:} agiotar-agiotage, agiotator

agiotage (ajotaje) = {n} agiotage, exchange business, stockbroking

agiotar (aj-) = {v} to speculate (on the stock exchange)

agiotator (aj-) = {n} speculator (on the stock exchange)

agitar = {v} I. to agitate (1. to move or shake violently; to stir; 2. to perturb, excite); II. to debate {Hence:} agitation; agitator

agitation = {n} agitation (1. violent moving or shaking; 2. disturbance, excitement)

agitator = {n} agitator (1. [Pol.]; 2. apparatus for shaking or mixing; {also:} stirring rod, mixer)

agno = {n} lamb

agnostic = {adj} agnostic {Hence:} agnosticismo; agnostico

agnosticismo = {n} agnosticism

agnostico = {n} agnostic

-agog- = {adj} [occurring in compounds] -agogue (1. ]eading; 2. drawing forth) {Hence:} sialagoge etc.; hypnagogic etc.; demagogo etc.; pedagogo etc.

agon = {n} [Gr. Antiq.] agon {Hence:} agonia; agonizar-agonista-protagonista etc., agonistic, agonizante, antagonizar &

agonia (-ía) = {n} agony (1. death struggle; 2. extreme pain of mind)

agonizante = 1 {ppr} of `agonizar'; 2. {adj} on the point of death

agonizar = {v} 1. to be on the point of death; 2. to agonize, suffer mental anguish

agonista = {n} [Gr. Antiq.] agonist

agonistic = {adj} [Gr. Antiq.] agonistic

agora (ágora) = {n} [Gr. Hist.] agora {Hence:} agoraphobe etc.

agora-phobe (-áphobe) = {adj} agoraphobic {Hence:} agoraphobia; agoraphobo

agoraphobia (-ía) = {n} [Psychopathol.] agoraphobia

agoraphobo (-áphobo) = {n} [Pychopathol.] agoraphobe

-agra' [occurring in compounds] {Hence:} podagra etc. ...

agradabile = {adj} agreeable, pleasing

agradamento = {n} 1. pleasure; 2. agreeableness, pleasantness

agradar = {v} -; `agradar a' to please

agrari = {adj} agrarian; {also:} farm, field (as in "farm or field laborer")

agreste = {adj} rustic (1. rural; 2. awkward, uncouth)

agri-cola (-ícola) = {n} agriculturalist

agri-cole = {adj} agricultural

agri-cultor = {n} agriculturist; {also:} farmer, husbandman, etc.

agri-cultura = {n} agriculture, farming

agri-mensor = {n} surveyor (= one who surveys lands, highways, etc.)

agri-mensura = {n} 1. surveying; 2. [Topog.] survey

agro = {n} field (= arable land) {Hence:} agrari; agreste; agricola etc.: agricole etc.; agricultura etc.; agronomo etc.

agronomia (-ía) = {n} agronomy, agronomics

agronomic = {adj} agronomic, agricultural

agro-nomo (-ró-) = {n} agronomist {Hence:} agronomia, agronomic

aguerrimento = {n} (act of) inuring to war

aguerrir = {v} to inure to war {Hence:} aguerrimento

agulia = {n} needle; {also:} gramophone needle; `agulia magnetic' magnetic needle {Hence:} aguliata; agulietta

aguliata = {n} needleful (of thread, etc.)

agulietta = {n} aglet, aiguillette

aigrette [F] = {n} aigrette

aira = {n} threshing floor

ajornamento = {n} adjournment, postponement

ajornar = {v} to adjourn, postpone {Hence:} ajornamento

-al = {suffixo adjective} [used with nouns] -al (= pertaining to ..., characteristic of ..., etc.) {Hence:} natural etc.; conversational etc.

al- = {see} `alcohol', `aldehydo', or `aluminium'

al- = {v} [occurring in derivatives and compounds] {Hence:} alimento &; alibile &; coal- &

-al-' [occurring in compounds] {Hence:} nyctalopia etc.

ala = {n} wing (1. "wing of a bird, airplane etc."; 2. part of a building) {Hence:} aletta; alate

à la [F] = à la (as in "à la Newburgh")

alabastrin = {adj} alabastrine, alabaster

alabastrite = {n} alabaster (= Oriental alabaster)

alabastro = {n} alabaster (as in "gypseous alabaster") {Hence:} alabastrite; alabastrin

à la carte [F] = à la carte

alacre (ál-) = {adj} eager, brisk, alacritous {Hence:} alacritate

alacritate = {n} eagerness, briskness, alacrity

alarma = {n} alarm (1. call to arms; 2. fright) {Hence:} alarmista; alarmar-alarmante

alarmante = 1 {ppr} of `alarmar'; 2. {adj} alarming

alarmar = {v} to alarm (1. to call to arms; 2. to startle)

alarmista = {n} alarmist

alate = {adj} winged

alauda = {see} `aloda'

alba = {n} 1. dawn, break of day; 2. [Eccl.] alb

alban- = {see} `Albania'

albanese = {adj/n} Albanian

Albania = {npr} Albania {Hence:} albanese

albatros = {n} [Ornith.] albatross

albe = {adj} white (= of the color white) {Hence:} albin &; albumine &; albiflor etc.; alba

albergar = {v} to shelter, lodge

albergero = {n} innkeeper

albergo = {n} 1. shelter, lodging; 2. inn; `albergo de juventute' youth hostel {Hence:} albergero; albergar

albi-flor = {adj} white-flowered, albiflorous

albin = {adj} albino {Hence:} albinismo; albino

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