See also: ulo, Ülo, ülő, and ulo'

EsperantoEdit

EtymologyEdit

Probably from Russian -у́ля (-úlja).

PronunciationEdit

  • (file)

SuffixEdit

-ulo (nominal)

  1. person characterized by the quality expressed in the root
    avara (avaricious) + ‎-ulo → ‎avarulo (a miser)
    fervora (zealous) + ‎-ulo → ‎fervorulo (a zealot)
    juna (young) + ‎-ulo → ‎junulo (a young person)
  2. (zoology) member of group of animals characterized by the root
    mamulo, skvamulo, spongulo, vertebrulo

Derived termsEdit


IdoEdit

EtymologyEdit

Back-formation from maskulo (male). Decision no. 714, Progreso V, 1090, Progreso VI.

SuffixEdit

-ulo

  1. suffix denoting masculinity or a male
    avo (grandparent) + ‎-ulo → ‎avulo (grandfather)
    filio (child, offspring) + ‎-ulo → ‎filiulo (son)
    frato (sibling) + ‎-ulo → ‎fratulo (brother)
    kavalo (horse) + ‎-ulo → ‎kavalulo (stallion)
    kuzo (cousin) + ‎-ulo → ‎kuzulo ((male) cousin)
    nepoto (grandchild) + ‎-ulo → ‎nepotulo (grandson)
    nevo (nephew or niece, nibling) + ‎-ulo → ‎nevulo (nephew)
    onklo (uncle or aunt) + ‎-ulo → ‎onklulo (uncle)
    rejo (monarch) + ‎-ulo → ‎rejulo (king)
    spozo (spouse) + ‎-ulo → ‎spozulo (husband)
    yuno (child) + ‎-ulo → ‎yunulo (boy)
    Synonym: -maskulo
    Antonym: -ino

Derived termsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  • Progreso IV (in Ido), 1911–1912, pages 22, 26, 93, 96, 97
  • Progreso V (in Ido), 1912–1913, pages 65, 277, 487
  • Progreso VI (in Ido), 1913–1914, page 212
  • Progreso VII (in Ido), 1914, pages 92, 353



LatinEdit

SuffixEdit

-ulō

  1. dative masculine singular of -ulus
  2. dative neuter singular of -ulus
  3. ablative masculine singular of -ulus
  4. ablative neuter singular of -ulus