GalicianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Latin pampinus. Cognate with Portuguese pâmpano, Spanish pámpano.

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NounEdit

pampo m (plural pampos)

  1. (botany) shoot or stem of a vine with leaves; vine branch
    1. bunch of grape that are inadvertently left in the vine after vintage
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Etymology 2Edit

Probably from the same origin.

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AdjectiveEdit

pampo m (feminine singular pampa, masculine plural pampos, feminine plural pampas)

  1. bewildered; absent-minded; stunned; foolish
    Estás pampo? Leva esas caixas daí, ho!Are you stunned? Move those boxes, man!
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