membro

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Noun[edit]

membro (accusative singular membron, plural membroj, accusative plural membrojn)

  1. member

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin membrum (member; limb), from Proto-Indo-European *memso-, *mems-ro (flesh).

Noun[edit]

membro m (plural membri m, alternative plural membra f)

  1. member (one who belongs to a a group; an element of a set)
  2. penis
    Synonyms: pene
  3. (anatomy, chiefly in the plural) member, limb
    Synonyms: arto

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The feminine plural membra is only used for the anatomical sense of “limbs”.

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Latin[edit]

Noun[edit]

membrō

  1. dative singular of membrum
  2. ablative singular of membrum

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Portuguese membro (displacing nembro), borrowed from Latin membrum (member; limb), from Proto-Indo-European *memso-, *mems-ro (flesh).

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Noun[edit]

membro m (plural membros, feminine membra (nonstandard), feminine plural membras)

  1. member (one who officially belongs to a group)
    Synonyms: participante
  2. member; limb
  3. each part of a whole
    Synonyms: elemento, parte, pedaço
  4. (colloquial) member; penis
    Synonyms: cacete (vulgar), membro viril, pau (vulgar), pênis, pinto (informal)
  5. (grammar) each element of a sentence

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