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EsperantoEdit

NounEdit

rombo (accusative singular rombon, plural romboj, accusative plural rombojn)

  1. (geometry) rhombus
  2. (card games) The suit of diamonds, marked with the symbol .

Usage notesEdit

rombo is sometimes used instead of karoo so that each suit can be abbreviated to a unique letter (p, k, t, or r).

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Suits in Esperanto · emblemoj (layout · text)
       
kero karoo, rombo piko trefo

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PortugueseEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˈʁõ.bu/, /ˈrõ.bu/
  • Hyphenation: rom‧bo

Etymology 1Edit

From Latin rhombus.

AdjectiveEdit

rombo m (feminine singular romba, masculine plural rombos, feminine plural rombas, comparable)

  1. blunt (having a thick point; not sharp)
  2. (figuratively) obtuse; blunt (intellectually dull)
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NounEdit

rombo m (plural rombos)

  1. (geometry) rhombus (parallelogram having all sides of equal length)
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Etymology 2Edit

Unknown.

NounEdit

rombo m (plural rombos)

  1. a large hole or gap
  2. (figuratively) gap (lack of something)
  3. (figuratively) break-in (forceful entry into a place)
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SpanishEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

From Latin rhombus, from Ancient Greek ῥόμβος (rhómbos, rhombus, spinning top), from ῥέμβω (rhémbō, I turn around). It forms a doublet with rumbo.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˈrombo/, [ˈrõmbo]

NounEdit

rombo m (plural rombos)

  1. (geometry) rhombus

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