cravar

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Etymology[edit]

cravo +‎ -ar, from Old Portuguese cravo (nail), from Latin clāvus (nail), or from the Late Latin clāvāre, present active infinitive of clāvō.

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Verb[edit]

cravar (first-person singular present indicative cravo, past participle cravado)

  1. to stick firmly
  2. to nail

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