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EtymologyEdit

From Latin fūrtīvus (stolen), from fūrtum (theft), from fūr (thief).

AdjectiveEdit

furtivo (feminine singular furtiva, masculine plural furtivi, feminine plural furtive)

  1. furtive
  2. stealthy
  3. sly

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Latin fūrtīvus (stolen), from fūrtum (theft), from fūr (thief).

AdjectiveEdit

furtivo m (feminine singular furtiva, masculine plural furtivos, feminine plural furtivas, comparable)

  1. furtive; stealthy
  2. furtive (exhibiting guilty or evasive secrecy)
    Caçador furtivo.
    Poacher (literally: furtive hunter).

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SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Latin fūrtīvus (stolen), from fūrtum (theft), from fūr (thief).

AdjectiveEdit

furtivo (feminine singular furtiva, masculine plural furtivos, feminine plural furtivas)

  1. furtive
  2. stealthy
  3. poacher-like

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NounEdit

furtivo m (plural furtivos)

  1. poacher
    Synonym: furtivista

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