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feto

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feto
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feto (accusative singular feton, plural fetoj, accusative plural fetojn)

  1. fetus
    • 1993, Donald Broadribb (translator), La Respubliko, Matraville: Libroservo de la Aŭstralia Esperanto-Asocio, translation of πολιτεια by Plato, ISBN 0959533699, published 2000:
      Personoj pliaĝaj rajtas koiti laŭvole, sed se koncipiĝos rezultas, ili devas abortigi la feton aŭ ĝin mortigi post la nasko.

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ItalianEdit

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin fetus.

NounEdit

feto m (plural feti)

  1. fetus

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LatinEdit

EtymologyEdit

From fētus (birth, a bringing forth).

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VerbEdit

present active fētō, present infinitive fētāre, perfect active fētāvī, supine fētātum

  1. (passive) I bring forth, breed.
  2. (active) I impregnate; to make fruitful.

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PortugueseEdit

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Etymology 1Edit

From Latin fētus (offspring).

NounEdit

feto m (plural fetos)

  1. (embryology) fetus (human embryo after the eighth week of gestation)
  2. (biology) fetus (unborn or unhatched vertebrate showing signs of the mature animal)
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Etymology 2Edit

From Latin filictum (place abounding in ferns).

NounEdit

feto f (plural fetos)

  1. (Portugal) fern (any of a group of plants in the division Pteridophyta)
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EtymologyEdit

From Latin fetus.

NounEdit

feto m (plural fetos)

  1. fetus

TetumEdit

NounEdit

feto

  1. woman