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Meaning of luyir by furoya




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It is a word that was supposed of the lunfardo, but now I discover that it is also used far from the Río de la Plata. It's "sobar or graer, until you polish or wear something away." It appears to come from the Genoese ("glow by luster") , which must have a Latin origin in luere ( "washing rubbing") . See lullir , ludir , luir .

  

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