See also: habito and habitó

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From Old Portuguese abito, from Latin habitus ‎(condition, bearing, state, appearance, dress, attire).

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hábito m (plural hábitos)

  1. habit (an action done on a regular basis)
  2. habit (clothing of priests and nuns)

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hábito m ‎(plural hábitos)

  1. habit (of a monk)
  2. habits, custom
  3. (mineralogy) habit (of a crystal)

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