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EtymologyEdit

From Latin chamaeleon, from Ancient Greek χαμαιλέων (khamailéōn), from χαμαί (khamaí, on the ground) + λέων (léōn, lion).

NounEdit

camaleón m (plural camaleones)

  1. chameleon

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin chamaeleon, from Ancient Greek χαμαιλέων (khamailéōn), from χαμαί (khamaí, on the ground) + λέων (léōn, lion).

NounEdit

camaleón m (plural camaleóns)

  1. chameleon

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin chamaeleon, from Ancient Greek χαμαιλέων (khamailéōn), from χαμαί (khamaí, on the ground) + λέων (léōn, lion).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /kamaleˈon/, [kamaleˈõn]

NounEdit

camaleón m (plural camaleones)

  1. chameleon (reptile of the family Chamaeleonidae)
    • Los camaleones comen grillos.
      Chameleons eat crickets.
  2. chameleon (a person with inconsistent behavior)

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