The Romanian term "curmezis,ul" matches the English term "across"

other romanian words that include "curmezis" : english :
curmezis,ul beyond
curmezis,ul on the other side of
other romanian words that include "ul" : english :
ajuta, incita, provoca, stimula, at,ît,a abet
anula, abroga abjure
aboli, desfiint,a, abroga, anula abolish
apropo, despre, în jurul about
aboli, desfiint,a, abroga, anula abrogate
mult,ime accumulation
tot, totul all
tot, totul altogether
anula, abroga annul
fotoliu, jilt,ul armchair
în jurul around
ochiul boului aster
circula be about
curmezis,ul beyond
huli, blasfemia, blestema, înjura blaspheme
contabilul book-keeper
bulevard boulevard
Bulgaria Bulgaria
vit,el, pulpa calf
anula, abroga cancel
tunul cannon
încuraja, stimula cheer
circula circulate
aduna, colecta, culege collect
colora, picta, culoare colour
rezultat conclusion
ondula, văluri corrugate
mult,ime crowd
huli, blasfemia, blestema, înjura curse
huli, blasfemia, blestema, înjura cuss
culoare, vopsi dye
rezultat effect
tot, totul everything
excita, incita, provoca, stimula, at,ît,a excite
ogor, ogorul field
împus,ca, încuraja, stimula fire
aduna, însuma, colecta, culege, determina gather
domnul gentleman
se culca go to bed
mult,umire gratitude
îngrămădi, înghesui, mult,ime heap
impulsiona, instiga, at,ît,a, provoca impel
incita, provoca, stimula, at,ît,a incite
inspira, încuraja, stimula inspire
iulie July
asculta listen
domnul lord
mult,ime mass
domnul Mister
domnul Mr.
multiplica, înmult,i multiply
mult,ime multitude
curmezis,ul on the other side of
aduna, colecta, culege, lua pick up
mult,ime pile
pilulă pill
incita, provoca, stimula, at,ît,a provoke
anula, abroga remit
rezultat result
în jurul round
excita, incita, provoca, stimula, at,ît,a rouse
domnul sir
incita, provoca, stimula, at,ît,a, instiga, încuraja stimulate
excita, incita, provoca, stimula, at,ît,a stir up
huli, blasfemia, blestema, înjura, jura swear
mult,umi thank
mult,umire thanks
către, la, spre, în jurul towards
ondula, văluri wave
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.