nevoso

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Etymology 1[edit]

From Latin nivōsus, equivalent to neve (snow) +‎ -oso (-y, -ous).

Adjective[edit]

nevoso (feminine singular nevosa, masculine plural nevosi, feminine plural nevose)

  1. (weather) snowy
  2. snowclad, snow-covered
    Synonyms: innevato, imbiancato
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Etymology 2[edit]

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Taken from Latin nivōsus (snowy), as a calque of French nivôse.

Noun[edit]

nevoso m (plural nevosi)

  1. (historical) Nivôse (the fourth month of the French Republican Calendar)
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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin nivōsus, corresponding to Portuguese neve +‎ -oso.

Adjective[edit]

nevoso m (feminine singular nevosa, masculine plural nevosos, feminine plural nevosas, comparable)

  1. snowy (covered with snow)
    Synonyms: nevado