See also: parvo-

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parvo ‎(uncountable)

  1. (informal) parvovirus
    • 1980, Business Week
      Inoculating a dog against parvo costs about $7 to $15 for the shot, depending on your area and choice of veterinarian.
    • 1995, Mike Harlowe, K-9 Bodyguards: Ill
      He will probably be next to a street cur that has parvo or rabies or distemper.

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin parvulus, diminutive of parvus, from metathesized form of Proto-Indo-European *pau-ro, from *ph₁w-(few, small). Cognate with Galician parvo and Spanish parvo.

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parvo m ‎(feminine singular parva, masculine plural parvos, feminine plural parvas, comparable)

  1. foolish, stupid
    Como é que consegues ser tão parvo?
    How can you be so stupid?
  2. (anatomy) small
    veia safena parva‎ ― small saphenous vein

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parvo m (plural parvos, feminine parva, feminine plural parvas)

  1. a fool, an idiot

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parvo m ‎(feminine singular parva, masculine plural parvos, feminine plural parvas)

  1. (formal) small, minute