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  • IPA(key): /ˈnervo/
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  • Rhymes: -ervo

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nervo (accusative singular nervon, plural nervoj, accusative plural nervojn)

  1. (anatomy) nerve

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nervo (plural nervi)

  1. (anatomy) nerve

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From Latin nervus. Doublet of nerbo.

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nervo m (plural nervi)

  1. (anatomy) nerve
  2. (botany) vein, nerve
  3. (in the plural) nerves (agitation caused by a negative emotion)

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nervō

  1. dative singular of nervus
  2. ablative singular of nervus

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EtymologyEdit

From Old Portuguese nervo, nervio from Latin nervus (nerve; tendon), from Proto-Indo-European *(s)new-.

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nervo m (plural nervos)

  1. nerve (bundle of neurons)
  2. nerve; stamina
    Synonyms: ardor, energia, ímpeto, vigor, vitalidade

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