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Dialect Dictionary: "A"

abbarrāre to obstruct the passage
abbélāre to bury, to cover. "Abbelàre the fire": to cover of ash the embers
abbisciolāto slow, sad, apathetic
abbricolāre to fall rolling
accalignāre to see, to distinguish something
accannāre cover of land the roots of the plants using a hoe
ācciu soothe
accungiāre to fix, to season
acquāra dew
acquazėzzu kind of serum used for the preparation of the cheese
agguarrāre to make the sheep pass by in a bottleneck, one to one, for to milk them
agguazzāre to shelter from the rain
aglėna hen
āgliu rooster
āinu lamb
aizāre to lift
allėcco allėcco very nearly; to lack nearly. "They are two kilos allicco allicco" They are almost two kilos.
allóngāre to extend, to give. "Allùngame stù martégliu": give me that hammer            
ammasonāre to shut up, to put in shelter the animals
ancėnu hook
aólécena plum
aótāle altar
appicciāre to light       
appicciaréglio match
arrčto behind
aschipōrte supporting arc of the entrance door
aschitrāve central beam of the house
asciānno to look for, to go seeking
asciutāre to put out
asināre to dry, to clean
assénnécāre to quench thirst; in meaning of auspice referred to who drinks a lot, as a hope that he stops to drink
assóncerāto a cleared sky
astémāre to blaspheme     
āutu high
azzizzagnāta suffering from mastitis (referred to sheep or cows)
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