bovuko

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Etymology[edit]

bovo (a head of cattle) +‎ -uko (castrated)

Noun[edit]

bovuko (accusative singular bovukon, plural bovukoj, accusative plural bovukojn)

  1. ox (castrated bull)

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Hypernyms[edit]

  • bovo (head of cattle)