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Italian

Etymology

Latin mentē, "mindedly" from mens, "mind"

Suffix

-mente

  1. Used to form adverbs from adjectives, cf. English -ly or -ally.
    fisicamente - physically

Usage notes

Usually, the feminine form of the adjective is used, e.g. fisicamente (note use of fisica rather than fisico; *fisicomente would be incorrect)


Spanish

Etymology

Latin mentē, "mindedly" from mens, "mind"

Suffix

-mente

  1. Used to form adverbs from adjectives, cf. English -ly.
    normalmente - usually

Usage notes

Usually, the feminine form of the adjective is used, e.g. nuevamente (note use of nueva rather than nuevo; *nuevomente would be incorrect)

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