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See also: edo, Edo, EDO, and -ẽdo

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EtymologyEdit

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-edo

  1. (zoology) member of taxonomic family named after an animal

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LatinEdit

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EtymologyEdit

See Proto-Indo-European *-h₃onh₂-.

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-ēdō f (genitive -ēdinis); third declension

  1. suffixed to the roots of adjectives and verbs, chiefly forms abstract nouns
    absūmō + -ēdōabsūmēdō
    dulcis + -ēdōdulcēdō
    gravis + -ēdōgravēdō
    torpeō + -ēdōtorpēdō

DeclensionEdit

Third declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative -ēdō -ēdinēs
genitive -ēdinis -ēdinum
dative -ēdinī -ēdinibus
accusative -ēdinem -ēdinēs
ablative -ēdine -ēdinibus
vocative -ēdō -ēdinēs

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PortugueseEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin -ētum.

PronunciationEdit

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-edo m (plural -edos)

  1. forms collectives
    árvore (tree) + ‎-edo → ‎arvoredo (grove)

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