Po

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Po

  1. (chemistry) Symbol for polonium.

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Etymology[edit]

From Italian Po, from Latin Padus.

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Po

  1. Italy's longest river, which flows 652 kilometers eastward to the Adriatic Sea near Venice.

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Po m (genitive Pos, plural Pos)

  1. buttocks
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Proper noun[edit]

Po m (genitive Pos)

  1. Po (river in Italy)

Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From a contraction of Latin Padus, through a form *Paus > *Pau > Po.

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Po m

  1. The river Po.

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 m (Cyrillic spelling По̑)

  1. the river Po

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Tagalog[edit]

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Min Nan Hokkien (Poh, Pha).

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Po

  1. A surname of Chinese origin.