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pimentos

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Portuguese pimento (bell pepper; later any pepper), similar to Spanish pimiento, from Latin pigmentum (coloring; colorful thing), from pingo (paint) and -mentum (suffix denoting instruments and results of actions). Doublet of pimiento and pigment.

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NounEdit

pimento (plural pimentos or pimentoes)

  1. A red sweet pepper, a cultivar of Capsicum annuum, used to make relish, stuffed into olives, or used as spice.
  2. A tropical berry used to make allspice.
  3. The tree on which it grows.

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FinnishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From the adjective pimeä (dark)

NounEdit

pimento

  1. (figuratively) dark, darkness (place hidden from the sight).
    pitää joku pimennossa
    to keep someone in the dark

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of pimento (Kotus type 1/valo, nt-nn gradation)
nominative pimento pimennot
genitive pimennon pimentojen
partitive pimentoa pimentoja
illative pimentoon pimentoihin
singular plural
nominative pimento pimennot
accusative nom. pimento pimennot
gen. pimennon
genitive pimennon pimentojen
partitive pimentoa pimentoja
inessive pimennossa pimennoissa
elative pimennosta pimennoista
illative pimentoon pimentoihin
adessive pimennolla pimennoilla
ablative pimennolta pimennoilta
allative pimennolle pimennoille
essive pimentona pimentoina
translative pimennoksi pimennoiksi
instructive pimennoin
abessive pimennotta pimennoitta
comitative pimentoineen

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GalicianEdit

NounEdit

pimento m (plural pimentos)

  1. Alternative form of pemento

ItalianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from French piment, Spanish pimiento, etc. from Latin pigmentum. Doublet of pigmento.

NounEdit

pimento m (plural pimenti)

  1. pimento
  2. allspice

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PortugueseEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Portuguese [Term?], from Latin pigmentum (pigment), from pingō (I paint), ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *peyḱ- (spot, color). Doublet of pigmento, a borrowing.

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NounEdit

pimento m (plural pimentos)

  1. bell pepper (Capsicum annuum, an edible vegetable)

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