cotovelo

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Portuguese[edit]

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O cotovelo de um homem - A man's elbow

Etymology[edit]

Ultimately from Latin cubitum (elbow) through Old Portuguese [Term?], either from Latin cubitālis (via Mozarabic qubtal)[1] or alternatively from Latin cubitellum[2]. Cognate with Galician cotobelo. Cf. also the related coto and côvado.

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Noun[edit]

cotovelo m (plural cotovelos)

  1. (anatomy) elbow

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