# cubo

## GalicianEdit

## ItalianEdit

### EtymologyEdit

### PronunciationEdit

- Rhymes: -ubo

### AdjectiveEdit

**cubo** m (*feminine singular* **cuba**, *masculine plural* **cubi**, *feminine plural* **cube**)

### NounEdit

**cubo** m (*plural* **cubi**)

#### Derived termsEdit

- elevare al cubo to cube in mathematics

### AnagramsEdit

## LatinEdit

### Etymology 1Edit

From Proto-Italic **kubāō*, from Proto-Indo-European **ḱewb-* (compare Welsh *cysgu* ‘to sleep’, English *hip*, Albanian *sup* ‘shoulder’, Ancient Greek *κύβος* (kúbos) ‘vertebra, hollow before the hip (in cattle)’).

#### VerbEdit

**cubō** (*present infinitive* **cubāre**, *perfect active* **cubuī**, *supine* **cubitum**); *first conjugation, no passive*

##### InflectionEdit

##### Related termsEdit

#### DescendantsEdit

### Etymology 2Edit

From *cubus*

#### NounEdit

**cubō**

## PortugueseEdit

### EtymologyEdit

### NounEdit

**cubo** m (*plural* **cubos**)

- (geometry) cube (a regular polyhedron having six identical square faces).
- Any object whose shape is similar to that of a cube.
- (mathematics) cube (the third power of a number or mathematical expression).

#### Derived termsEdit

- cúbico, cubic
- raiz cúbica, cube root