laço

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See also: laco, Laco, and laĉo

Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Portuguese laço, from Vulgar Latin *laceus, from Latin laqueus(noose; snare).

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Noun[edit]

laço m (plural laços)

  1. any type of tie that is easily undone
  2. lasso (long rope with a sliding loop on one end)
  3. lace; shoelace
  4. (figuratively, chiefly in the plural) bond; tie (strong connection between people)

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laço

  1. First-person singular (eu) present indicative of laçar

Turkish[edit]

Noun[edit]

laço ‎(definite accusative laçoyu, plural laçolar)

  1. (Lubunyaca) Adult top (dominant partner in a BDSM relationship) (generally between ages 20 and 30).
    Laçonun similyası but muydu?
    Did your guy have a big dick?

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