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Daemon
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umbrageous

(adjective) Affording or forming shade.

Synonyms: shadowed, shady

Usage: The chief beauty of trees consists in the deep shadow of their umbrageous boughs.
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umbrageous
Definition: (adjective) Affording or forming shade.
Synonyms: shadowed, shady
Usage: The chief beauty of trees consists in the deep shadow of their umbrageous boughs.
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umbrageous
- shadowed, shadowy, shady
- incensed, indignant, outraged
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KSPavan wrote:
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umbrageous
Definition: (adjective) Affording or forming shade.
Synonyms: shadowed, shady
Usage: The chief beauty of trees consists in the deep shadow of their umbrageous boughs.
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root:
If from Old Latin *omra, possibly from a
Proto-Indo-European *h₂mr-u-, *h₂mrup-; related to
Ancient Greek ἀμαυρός (amaurós, “dark”),
Luwian 𒈠𒅈𒉿𒄿𒀀 (“rot”), and 𒈠𒊒𒉿𒄿 (“rotten”) (also see Hittite Maraššantiya, their name for the Kızılırmak River),
and this IE source said to be a possible borrowing from a Semitic root ✓h-m-r (“be red”).[1]

Gotta love those Hittites! Dancing

Generally connected with Lithuanian unksna.[2]

Descendants from common western root
Aragonese: huembra
Aromanian: aumbrã, umbrã
Asturian: solombra, sombra
Catalan: ombra
Dalmatian: sombreja
English: umbrella, umbrage, umbra extensa, umbra recta, umbra stans, umbra versa, umbra, somber, umber, umbrere
French: ombre, sombre, ombrelle
Friulian: ombre
Italian: ombra
Occitan: ombra
Mirandese: selombra
Mozarabic: úmbra
Portuguese: sombra
Romanian: umbră
Romansch: sumbriva, umbriva, sumbreiva
Russian: умбра (umbra)
Sardinian: umbara, umbra, urma
Spanish: sombra

what, no sombrero?

Irma Crespo
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umbrageous

Definition: (adjective) Affording or forming shade.
Synonyms: shadowed, shady
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umbrageous

Definition: (adjective) Affording or forming shade.
Synonyms: shadowed, shady
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