letame

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Italian[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin laetāmen (dung, manure) < laetus (happy, rich, also later fertile). Compare Dalmatian lotum.

Noun[edit]

letame m (plural letami)

  1. manure
  2. (figuratively) dirt

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Italian letame[1], from Latin laetāmen (dung, manure) < laetus (happy, rich, also later fertile).

Noun[edit]

letame m (plural letames)

  1. manure, (land) fertilizer
    Synonyms: abono, tarquín

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