feo

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Etymology[edit]

From French fée and German Fee, by way of feino with the feminine suffix -ino.

Noun[edit]

feo (accusative singular feon, plural feoj, accusative plural feojn)

  1. fairy

Galician[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin foedus (hideous).

Adjective[edit]

feo m (feminine fea, masculine plural feos, feminine plural feas)

  1. ugly

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin foedus (hideous). Cognate with Portuguese feio

Adjective[edit]

feo m (feminine fea, masculine plural feos, feminine plural feas)

  1. ugly
  2. (Mexico) bad, gross, mean, nasty
  3. in poor condition

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