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cima (Noun) "peak," "summit"
Late 15th cent. Originally meaning "(plant) canopy" 13th cent. From Latin cyma "summit;" "plant sprout." A loan from Greek κῦμα ‎(kûma) "swollen," but also "fetus" and "plant sprout." Formed from κύειν (kyein) "to swell" and -μᾰ (ma), a noun-forming suffix. From Proto-Indo-European *ḱu̯h1- 'id.'
Indo-European
Romance
Asturian cima, Portuguese cima, Galician cima, Catalan cim, French cime, Italian cima, Aromanian ciumã Romanian ciumă
Indo-Iranian
Sanskrit śváyati "to become strong"