ameno

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From Latin amoenus.

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ameno m ‎(feminine singular amena, masculine plural ameni, feminine plural amene)

  1. pleasant

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Portuguese[edit]

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ameno m ‎(feminine singular amena, masculine plural amenos, feminine plural amenas, comparable)

  1. (of the weather) temperate (not excessively hot or cold)
  2. (of a person) calm (free from anger and axiety)

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin amoenus.

Adjective[edit]

ameno m ‎(feminine singular amena, masculine plural amenos, feminine plural amenas)

  1. pleasant
    • 2009 June 14, Inder Bugarin quoting Hans Codée, “Turismo radiactivo”, BBC Mundo:
      Y para hacer aún más amena la visita...
      And to make the visit even more pleasant...

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