What is the Esperanto word for "purr"?
As in "The cat purred."
- ronroni is the infinitive of the verb. "the cat purred" = "la kato ronronis"01
- In Esperanto the root is 'ronron-'. To make a noun add '-o', so 'purr', the noun, is 'ronrono'. The infinitive of the verb ends in '-i' and the basic form of the verb is 'ronroni'. In Esperanto the past tense of a verb is formed with the ending '-is' which makes, "The cat purred": "La kato ronronis".00
- ronroni, derived from the French ronronner, to purr.50
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