Carpo

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See also: carpo, carpo-, and -carpo

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From Ancient Greek Καρπώ (Karpṓ) from καρπόω (karpóō, bear fruit; reap or enjoy fruit).

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Carpo

  1. (Greek mythology) One of the Horae, goddess/personification of Autumn and of harvest time.

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Carpō m

  1. dative of Carpus
  2. ablative of Carpus