|tumba (2) f. (Noun) "tumble" 18th cent. From tumbar.|
|tumbar (Verb) "to tumble" 18th cent. From Vulgar Latin *tumbare 'id.' Of unknown origin but probably of onomatopoeic origin.|
"to take turns"
18th cent. Borrowed from French tourner 'id.,' from Latin tornare "to turn (in a lathe)." From Latin tornus "lathe" (see torno).
Romance: Western Vulgar Latin: Asturian tornar Portuguese tornar, Galician tornar, Catalan tornar, French tourner, Italian tornare ; Eastern Vulgar Latin: Aromanian tornu, Romanian turna ; Sardinian: torràe
|turno m. (Noun) "turn" 17th cent. However it appears in a single documented name from early 13th cent., Felicia del Malturno. From turnar.|
|tuyo (Possessive Pronoun) "(of) yours" From Latin tuus 'id.' From tu "you" interpreted as a noun (see tú).|