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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Spanish guano, from Quechua wanu.

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guano (countable and uncountable, plural guanos)

  1. dung from a sea bird or from a bat
    • 1982: "grazes on bat excrement, delicately referred to as ‘bat guano’ in this week's Nature." —physics!tpkq, net.games.rogue
    • 1995: "The great white bat has great white guano!" Jim Carrey, Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls
    Hyponyms: birdshit (vulgar), batshit (vulgar)

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NounEdit

guano

  1. guano

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of guano (Kotus type 1/valo, no gradation)
nominative guano guanot
genitive guanon guanojen
partitive guanoa guanoja
illative guanoon guanoihin
singular plural
nominative guano guanot
accusative nom. guano guanot
gen. guanon
genitive guanon guanojen
partitive guanoa guanoja
inessive guanossa guanoissa
elative guanosta guanoista
illative guanoon guanoihin
adessive guanolla guanoilla
ablative guanolta guanoilta
allative guanolle guanoille
essive guanona guanoina
translative guanoksi guanoiksi
instructive guanoin
abessive guanotta guanoitta
comitative guanoineen

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guano m (plural guani)

  1. guano

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Mineração de guano

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Spanish guano, from a Quechuan language wanu (dung).

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guano m (uncountable)

  1. (uncountable) guano (bat or sea bird feces)
  2. fertilizer made from such feces

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Quechua wanu (dung).

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guano m (plural guanos)

  1. guano