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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from German Wild.

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NounEdit

vildo (plural vildi)

  1. (hunting) game
    • 1911, Progreso, vol III, page 251.
      Mi[sic] ne povas enumerar omna ta brilanta verki, quin la kolekturo kontenas, e qui prizentas buketi, vildo, konfituri, skulturi, cizelita obyekti ed altra delikata e precoza kozi et[sic] vari.
      I cannot enumerate all those brilliant works that the collection contains and that show bouquets, game, preserves, sculptures, chiseled objects and other delicate and precious items and wares.
    • 2005 January, Fernando Tejón, "La timanta cervo", Adavane!, issue 7, page 30.
      Olim febla cervo celis su en groto por ne chasesor da la ruzoza volfi, qui sencese serchabas saporoza vildo por devoresar da oli.
      Once a weak deer hid itself in a cave to avoid being hunted by the wily wolves, who ceaselessly searched for delicious game to be devoured by them.