→⊕⊕⊕ RUMŒNË →⊕⊕⊖ RUMŒRË

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ARROW ÊLVRÃNË
ΗΛϜΡΑΝƏ
ИЛВРАНЪ
حلۋرأن
ܚܠܘܪܐܢܐ
חֶלורַןְ
ह़ॅल्व्राँन्
ORBITIANS
ΟΡΒͿΘͿϒΣ
ОРБЈѲЪ‑ЈАНЪ
عربيثي
ܥܪܒܝܬܝܐ
עֹרבִּיתִ׳יְ
ओर्बीथ़्यान्
/ TRANS‑DUCTION
ENGLISH
FRENCH
SHQYPË‑TÄRË GEGË
TE‑NAFA‑TION‑S POLY‑MULÞI‑VARJÃNÞË‑SË
→⊕⊕⊖ RUMË‑ŒRË  (Latinë Tuscanë. Rôθaqi‑shmë.)
ΡϒΜΩΡ
رم‑عهر / RUMEUR (T.) rumor {amor, mort}
{rhotacism}
→⊕⊕⊖ RUMË‑ŒNË  (Qrêgwë Gegë. Nuθaqi‑shmë.)
ΡϒΜΩΝ
رم‑عهن / RUMEUN (G.) rumon {amon, mont}
{nutacism}
→⊕⊕⊕ RUMŒNË رمغحنن /
→⊕⊕⊖ RUMË‑ÉURË  ? رم‑هور / URÔ Fr. rumeur.
La. rumor.
Sq. rumôrë (Toskë.)
Sq. rumônë (Gegë.)
→⊕⊕⊕ RUMË‑ÊVRË  ! رم‑حۋر / ÊVRE / ÊVRÔ regenerate, bleach
←⊖⊖⊖ MŒRIƩRILAƩTË מעהרישרלאשט / MEURT RICHE ISRA LÂCHE T’ES doméraʒë
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