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vagabond

VAGABÓND, -Ă, vagabonzi, -de, adj., s.m. şi f. (Om sau animal) care rătăceşte fără rost pe drumuri, care hoinăreşte fără ţintă; (om) fără ocupaţie stabilă, fără domiciliu fix. ♦ (Om) de nimic, fără căpătâi. – Din fr. vagabond, lat. vagabundus. cf. it. v a g a b o n d o.
Trimis de bogdanrsb, 21.04.2002. Sursa: DEX '98

VAGABÓND adj., s. 1. adj., s. hoinar. 2. s. v. derbedeu.
Trimis de siveco, 04.11.2008. Sursa: Sinonime

vagabónd adj. m., s. m., pl. vagabónzi; f. sg. vagabóndă, pl. vagabónde
Trimis de siveco, 10.08.2004. Sursa: Dicţionar ortografic

VAGABÓND, -Ă adj., s.m. şi f. (Cel) care rătăceşte fără rost; (cel) care nu are domiciliu, loc stabil de aşezare, meserie precisă, existenţă stabilă. ♦ (fig.) Nestatornic, inconstant. ♦ (Om) de nimic, fără căpătâi. [< fr. vagabond, it. vagabondo < lat. vagabondus < vagari – a rătăci].
Trimis de LauraGellner, 16.10.2006. Sursa: DN

vagabónd adj.m., s.m., pl. vagabónzi; adj.f., s.f. vagaboándă, pl. vagaboánde
Trimis de gall, 02.08.2006. Sursa: DOOM 2

VAGABÓND, -Ă adj., s. m. f. (om, animal) care rătăceşte fără rost; (cel) care nu are domiciliu, ocupaţie, existenţă stabilă. ♢ (fig.) nestatornic. inconstant. ♢ (om) de nimic, fără căpătâi. (< fr. vagabond, lat. vagabundus)
Trimis de raduborza, 15.09.2007. Sursa: MDN

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