prumo

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Semi-learned term taken from Latin plumbum. Doublet of chumbo, which was inherited and underwent the regular sound change. Compare also Spanish plomo.

Noun[edit]

prumo m (plural prumos)

  1. plummet (lead on a line used to check if something is perfectly vertical)

Derived terms[edit]