Last modified on 24 May 2014, at 11:23

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From camouflage, by shortening

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NounEdit

camo (plural camos)

  1. (textiles) A pattern on clothing consisting of irregularly shaped patches that are either greenish/brownish, brownish/whitish, or bluish/whitish, as used by ground combat forces.
  2. Clothes made from camouflage fabric, for concealment in combat or hunting.

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VerbEdit

camo (third-person singular simple present camos, present participle camoing, simple past and past participle camoed)

  1. (informal) To camouflage.
  2. (informal) To put on camouflage clothing.

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LatinEdit

NounEdit

cāmō

  1. dative singular of cāmus
  2. ablative singular of cāmus