doido

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Uncertain, possibly a borrowing from Middle English dote. It could also have come from Latin doctus ‎(instructed, taught), by vocalization of the c and voicing of the t.

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Etymology[edit]

From earlier doudo, of uncertain origin.

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Adjective[edit]

doido m ‎(feminine singular doida, masculine plural doidos, feminine plural doidas, comparable)

  1. crazy; out of one’s mind

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Noun[edit]

doido m (plural doidos)

  1. a crazy person; someone out of his mind

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