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From wiktioanry: "pellizcar (Spain) /peʝiθˈkaɾ/, [pe.ʝiθˈkaɾ] (Latin America) /peʝisˈkaɾ/, [pe.ʝisˈkaɾ]- From Vulgar Latin *vellicicāre, from Latin vellicāre, most likely ultimately from vellus (“the wool shorn from a sheep, fleece, or pelt”). Cognate with English vellicate."

I believe it's impossible because the /∫/ in Romanian can't be explained unless the word was "contaminated" with another one. Also I'm not sure if initial /u/ or /v/ can give /p/ in Romanian, but only /b/ or /v/.

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