pargo

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Inari Sami[edit]

Etymology[edit]

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Noun[edit]

pargo

  1. act, deed
  2. work
  3. labour

Inflection[edit]

Inflection of pargo
singular plural
Nominative pargo paˈrgoh
Accusative paˈrgo pargoid
Genitive paˈrgo paˈrgoi
Illative paargon pargoid
Locative pargoost pargoin
Comitative pargoin pargoiguin
Abessive paˈrgottáá pargoittáá
Essive pargon
Partitive pargod

Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin pagrus, phagrum, phager, from Ancient Greek φαγρος (phagros, sea bream).

Noun[edit]

pargo m (plural pargos)

  1. porgy
  2. (Venezuela, Cuba, derogatory, offensive, vulgar, slang) a flamboyant homosexual man, queer, faggot

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