GalicianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From fato (cloth) +‎ -elo.

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NounEdit

fatelo m (plural fatelos)

  1. garment (single item of clothing)
    • 1816, anonymous, Louvores do cardeal Quevedo:
      Albíxiras, pobre xente,
      pois voso pai un fatelo
      ten que lle chaman capelo
      Good news, poor people,
      because your father a garment
      has that they call galero [your bishop has been made cardinal]
    Synonyms: peza, peza de roupa

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VerbEdit

fatelo

  1. compound of fate, the second-person plural (voi) imperative form of fare, with lo

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