bloco

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Etymology[edit]

From French bloc (group, block), from Middle French bloc (a considerable piece of something heavy, block), from Old French bloc (log, block), from Middle Dutch bloc (treetrunk), from Old Saxon *blok (log), from Proto-Germanic *blukką (beam, log), from Proto-Indo-European *bhulg'-, from *bhelg'- (thick plank, beam, pile, prop).

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

bloco m (plural blocos)

  1. block
  2. pad, notebook