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leopards

  1. plural of leopard

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 leopards on Latvian Wikipedia
 
Leopards

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Via other European languages, ultimately borrowed from Latin leopardus, from Ancient Greek λεόπαρδος (leópardos), from λέων (léōn, lion) and πάρδος (párdos, panther).

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leopards m (1st declension)

  1. leopard (large spotted wild cat, Panthera pardus)
    leoparda ādaleopard skin, fur
    tīģeri, lūši, leopardi un citi kaķu dzimtas plēsoņas dzīvo līdz 25 gadiemtigers, lynxes, leopards and other feline predators live up to 25 years

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