See also: Kataro

EsperantoEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [kaˈtaro]
  • Rhymes: -aro
  • Hyphenation: ka‧ta‧ro

Etymology 1Edit

From kato (cat) +‎ -aro (group).

NounEdit

kataro (accusative singular kataron, plural kataroj, accusative plural katarojn)

  1. clowder (a group of cats)

Etymology 2Edit

 
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Wikipedia eo

From Latin catarrhus, from Ancient Greek κατάρροος (katárrhoos).

NounEdit

kataro (accusative singular kataron, plural kataroj, accusative plural katarojn)

  1. a cold (illness), catarrh
    Mi havas kataron.
    I have a cold.

AnagramsEdit


IdoEdit

NounEdit

kataro (plural katari)

  1. (illness) cold, catarrh
    • Ido – Societo Hispana, "La litiero di leono", in rakonteti e fabli: kompilita da la forumani di idoespanyol, volume 1.
      “Desfortunoze, kara leono,” dicis foxo, “me dezirus dicar to ma ne povas. Me kaptesas da kataro e do flaras nulo.”
      "Unfortunately, dear Lion," said Fox, "I would like to say that but can't. I have caught a cold and so I can't smell anything."