carbo

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See also: carbó and carbo-

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carbo ‎(plural carbos)

  1. (informal) carbohydrate

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Indo-European *ker- ‎(to burn), see also Old English heorþ ‎(hearth), Old Norse hyrr ‎(fire), Gothic 𐌷𐌰𐌿𐍂𐌹 ‎(hauri, coal), Old High German harsta ‎(roasting), Russian курить ‎(kuritʹ, to smoke, burn, fumigate) and церен ‎(ceren, brazier), Old Church Slavonic курйо ‎(kurйo, to smoke) and крада ‎(krada, hearth, fireplace), Lithuanian kuriu ‎(to heat), karstas ‎(hot) and krosnis ‎(oven), Sanskrit कृष्ण ‎(kṛṣṇa, burnt, black) and कूडयति ‎(kūḍayati, singes), Latin cremare ‎(to burn).

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carbō m ‎(genitive carbōnis); third declension

  1. charcoal, coal

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Third declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative carbō carbōnēs
genitive carbōnis carbōnum
dative carbōnī carbōnibus
accusative carbōnem carbōnēs
ablative carbōne carbōnibus
vocative carbō carbōnēs

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