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Croatian

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Etymology

From Proto-Slavic *lěto (summer), from Proto-Indo-European *leh₁tom.

Noun

lito n.

  1. (Chakavian) (Ikavian) summer, year
    I ne listo taj dvor hoće mu služiti
    po tebi, da vas stvor i zimi i liti.
    Niz hrid razbjen snijeg pjenjaše
    rijekom bježeć topl'je lito
    Za te ona plodi jeseni i liti,
    za te stablo rodi i voćkom se kiti.

Esperanto

Etymology

From French lit.

Noun

lito (plural litoj, accusative singular liton, accusative plural litojn)

  1. bed
    Mi devas aĉeti novajn linaĵojn por la lito.
    I ought to buy new linens for the bed.

Latin

Pronunciation

Verb

present active litō, present infinitive litāre, perfect active litāvī, supine litātum.
  1. I make an offering, especially because of or in order to receive favorable omens.
  2. I obtain good omens.
  3. I promise good omens.
  4. I make atonement to, propitiate.
  5. I devote, consecrate.

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