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hundred +‎ -o

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hundo

  1. (informal) A hundred.
    • 2013, Eric Stevens, The Classic: ’69 Chevy Camaro, Minneapolis: Darby Creek Publishing, →ISBN, page 51:
      “Can you hit a hundo?” Dad said, grinning. ¶ “I don't know,” Eddie said. “Seems like a bad idea.”

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Esperanto Wikipedia has an article on:
Wikipedia eo
 
Blanka hundo - A white dog

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From German Hund.

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  • IPA(key): /ˈhundo/
  • (file)
  • Hyphenation: hun‧do

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hundo (accusative singular hundon, plural hundoj, accusative plural hundojn)

  1. dog
    La hundo estas la amiko de la kato.
    The dog is the friend of the cat.
    Petro skribis al Paŭlo ke li alkonduku al li lian hundon. (Louis de Beaufront, Commentaire sur la grammaire de la Langue Internationale "Esperanto", 1900)
    Peter wrote to Paul to bring him his dog.

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Borrowed from Esperanto hundoEnglish houndGerman Hund.

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hundo (plural hundi)

  1. dog (male or female)

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hundo (plural hundos)

  1. male dog

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hundo

  1. First-person singular (yo) present indicative form of hundir.