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devi

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Think for thyself one good idea, but known to be thine own, is better than a thousand gleaned from fields by others sown.
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Breton

Verb

devi

  1. to burn

Esperanto

Etymology

From French devoir

Verb

devi (past tense devis, present tense devas, future tense devos, conditional mood devus, jussive mood devu)

  1. ought; should.
    Vi devas danki S-ro Jonas.
    You should (or ought to) thank Mr. Jonas.
  2. must.
    Oni devas studi por gajni bonajn notojn.
    One must study in order to earn good grades.

Italian

Verb

devi

  1. second person singular present tense of dovere

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