knuto

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Etymology[edit]

From Esperanto knuto, from English knout, French knout, Italian knout, German Knute, Russian кнут (knut).

Noun[edit]

knuto (plural knuti)

  1. knout (whip for punishment or torture)

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Verb[edit]

knuto

  1. impersonal past of knuć