púcaro

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin poculum, from Proto-Italic *pōtlo- (with the instrument suffix *-tlo-, that yields -culum, compare Sanskrit पात्र (pātra, drinking vessel)), from Proto-Indo-European *peh₃- (drink). Compare bibo.


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Noun[edit]

púcaro m (plural púcaros)

  1. a type of jug or mug, used for taking liquid from another container