danado

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Portuguese danado, from Latin damnātus, perfect passive participle of damnō (condemned; doomed), from damnum (damage).

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danado m (feminine danada plural danados feminine plural danadas; comparable)

  1. (religion) damned to Hell
    Almas danadas.
    Damned souls.
  2. rabid (suffering from rabies)
    O velho fugia de um cão danado.
    The old man ran from a rabid dog.
  3. (informal) very angry; pissed off
    Fiquei danado depois de perder.
    I got pissed off after losing.
  4. (informal) mischievous; impish; badly behaved
    Seus filhos danados gostam de pintar as paredes.
    Her mischievous children like painting the walls.
  5. (informal, sometimes followed by de + definite article) generic intensifier
    Venci porque tive uma sorte danada.
    I won because I had quite some luck.
    Ele é um danado de um jogador!
    He is quite a player!

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Noun[edit]

danado m (plural danados, feminine danada, feminine plural danadas)

  1. a mischievous person

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Verb[edit]

danado

  1. Masculine singular past participle of danar