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ornar

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Not by gain our life is measured, But by what we've lost 'Tis scored; 'Tis not how much wine is drunken But how much has been outpoured. For the strength of love never standeth In the sacrifice we bear; He who has the greatest suffering Ever has the most to share.
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Portuguese

Verb

ornar

  1. to adorn.

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Etymology

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Verb

ornar (first-person singular indicative present orno, past participle ornado)

  1. to adorn

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