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panero

EsperantoEdit

EtymologyEdit

pano (bread) +‎ -ero (element)

NounEdit

panero (accusative singular paneron, plural paneroj, accusative plural panerojn)

  1. breadcrumb

LatinEdit

NounEdit

panerō

  1. dative singular of paneros
  2. ablative singular of paneros

SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin panarium, from Latin panis "bread".

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

panero m (plural paneros)

  1. A basket used in a bakery to place bread being taken out of the oven.
  2. A small, round mat.

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AdjectiveEdit

panero m (feminine panera, masculine plural paneros, feminine plural paneras)

  1. (of a person) who has a great liking for bread.
    • 1972, Antonio Iglesias Laguna, Ser hombre, Editorial Noguer, page 55:
      El resto de la jornada comieron fiambre con mucho pan, pues los dos eran muy paneros.
      During the rest of the journey they ate cold cuts with a lot of bread, because both were very fond of bread.
    Mi hermano y yo somos muy paneros.
    My brother and I really like bread.