The Romanian term "contra, împotriva, apropo, despre, pe" matches the English term "upon"

other romanian words that include "despre" : english :
apropo, despre, în jurul about
apropo, despre concerning
în, prin, apropo, despre, pe on
other romanian words that include "pe" : english :
deasupra, peste above
permite, îngădui accord
permite, îngădui admit
aproape afar
permite, îngădui afford
speria alarm
lăsa, da voie, permite, îngădui allow
aproape almost
către, la, spre, aproape de, lîngă, pînă at
începe, porni begin
aproape de, lîngă, pînă beside
rupe break
rupe break off
perie brush
aproape de, lîngă, pînă, de by
începe, porni commence
coopera, colabora cooperate
coopera, colabora co-operate
împerechea couple
acoperi cover
înfricos,a, speria, descuraja deter
înfricos,a, speria, descuraja discourage
descoperi discover
în timp ce, pe cînd during
aproape far
aproape far away
repede, iute fast
pes,te fish
în timp ce, pe cînd, deoarece, fiindcă for
speria frighten
spera hope
întrerupe interrupt
meci, împerechea match
aproape de, lîngă, pînă near
aproape de, lîngă, pînă, aproape nearby
aproape nearly
aproape de, lîngă, pînă near to
aproape de, lîngă, pînă next to
în, prin, apropo, despre, pe on
deasupra, peste over
împerechea pair
permite, îngădui permit
persoană person
peron, program platform
peron quay
repede quick
iute, repede quickly
repede rapid
aproape remotely
înfricos,a, speria, descuraja scare
dispersa, împrăs,tia scatter
trimite, expedia send
demonstra, manifesta, indica, semnala, spectacol show
spectacol spectacle
repede speedy
începe, porni, început start
repede swift
iute, repede swiftly
trimite, expedia transmit
păs,i, călca, merge pe jos, se plimba tread
descoperi uncover
împerechea unite
merge pe jos, se plimba walk
merge pe jos, se plimba walk upon
peron wharf
în timp ce, pe cînd whereas
în timp ce, pe cînd, timp, vreme while
în timp ce, pe cînd whilst
Roman Origins
Romanian is a romance language because it is derived from Latin. But it also has Roman origins. It is derived from a type of Latin spoken in the Dacia province of Rome. The Dacian people actually had their own language and were conquered by Romans who instituted Latin as the language. So while Romanian is derived from Latin, the Latin spoken in Dacia was actually influenced by an ancient Dacian language too. This led to the development of the Daco-Romanian language. After Rome withdrew in the 3rd century, the Dacians came in contact with other people and culture such as the Byzantine empire.
A Unique Romance Language
Romanian has a unique phonology and grammar that is unlike other Romance languages. It retained the distinction between a short “o” and a long “u”. It also likes to replace consonants like “k” and “g” with labial consonants like “b,” “m” or “p.
Romanian Dialects
Daco-Romanian is the official language of Romania and is the standard for languages spoken. But there are other dialects including: Aromanian, Megleno-Romanian, and Istro-Romanian. They aren’t mutually intelligible though and linguists tend to classify them separate from Daco-Romanian. Armenian is also known as Maceo-Romanian and is spoken in Bulgaria, Kosovo, Serbia, Albania, and Greece.