chocalho

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chocalho

Etymology[edit]

Choca +‎ -alho. Choca from Old Portuguese choca, from Medieval Latin clocca ‎(bell), from Gaulish *clocca, from imitative Proto-Indo-European *klak.

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chocalho m (plural chocalhos)

  1. bell, cowbell (a small bell worn by cows and other animals)
  2. shaker (instrument)
  3. rattle (a baby's toy)
  4. rattle (of a rattlesnake)

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