cálamo

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See also: calamo

Galician[edit]

Partes dunha pluma:
1. vexilo
2. raque
3. barbas
4. hiporraque
5. cálamo (calamus)

Etymology[edit]

From Latin calamus (reed, cane).

Noun[edit]

cálamo m (plural cálamos)

  1. (ornithology) calamus, quill (of a feather)

Portuguese[edit]

Noun[edit]

cálamo m (plural cálamos)

  1. object made from a reed, such as a pen or arrow
  2. sweet flag; calamus (Acorus calamus, a perennial wetland plant with an aromatic medicinal root)

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Spanish[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin calamus (reed, cane).

Noun[edit]

cálamo m (plural cálamos)

  1. A reed pen, used to write with ink in antiquity.
  2. (botany) Sweet flag or calamus, a plant in the genus Acorus.