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Etymology 1Edit

From molhar ‎(to wet; to water), from Old Portuguese mollar, from Latin mollīre, present active infinitive of molliō ‎(I soften), from mollis ‎(soft), from Proto-Indo-European *(h₂)moldus ‎(soft, weak).

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molho m (plural molhos)

  1. (cooking) sauce (liquid condiment placed on food)
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molho

  1. first-person singular (eu) present indicative of molhar
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Etymology 2Edit

From Old Portuguese mãollo, from Vulgar Latin *manuclus, from Latin manuculus, from manipulus ‎(maniple; handful), from manus ‎(hand), from Proto-Indo-European *man-. Compare Spanish manojo.

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molho m (plural molhos)

  1. (collective) bundle (group of objects held together by wrapping or tying, especially keys or vegetables)
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