louvar

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louvar (plural louvars)

  1. Luvarus imperialis, a large ellipsoidal perciform fish related to the surgeonfish.

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louvar (first-person singular present louvo, first-person singular preterite louvei, past participle louvado)

  1. Alternative form of loar

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louvar

  1. Alternative form of loar

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Portuguese louvar, loar, from earlier louar, from Latin laudāre, present active infinitive of laudō (I praise), from laus (praise).

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louvar (first-person singular present indicative louvo, past participle louvado)

  1. to praise

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