verbo

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Esperanto[edit]

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Borrowed from French verbe, Italian verbo and English verb, ultimately from Latin verbum.

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verbo (accusative singular verbon, plural verboj, accusative plural verbojn)

  1. (grammar) verb

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Galician[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin verbum.

Noun[edit]

verbo m (plural verbos)

  1. verb

Ido[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Esperanto verbo, from English verb, French verbe, German Verb, Italian verbo, Spanish verbo, ultimately from Latin verbum from Proto-Indo-European *werdʰo- (word).

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verbo (plural verbi)

  1. (grammar, logic) verb

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Interlingua[edit]

Noun[edit]

verbo (plural verbos)

  1. verb

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  • le Verbo = The Word

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Italian[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin verbum (word, verb), from Proto-Italic *werβom (word), from Proto-Indo-European *werdʰo- (word), from root *werh₁- (to speak, to say) + extension *-dʰh₁.

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Noun[edit]

verbo m (plural verbi)

  1. (grammar) verb
    • 1526, Niccolò Liburnio, “La forma de uerbi ſemplici & compoſti [The Form of Simple and Compound Verbs]”, in Le tre fontane[1], page 20:
      Tutti e uerbi Volgari & latini ò ſemplici, òuer compoſti ſono.
      All verbs, both vulgar and Latin [ones], are either simple or compound.
    • 1744, Jacopo Angelo Nelli, “Del modo di conoſcere l'Attivo ed il Paſſivo [How to recognize the Active and the Passive]”, in Grammatica italiana: per uso de' giovanetti [Italian Grammar: for use by young people]‎[2], Torino: Stamperia Reale, Del Verbo, page 40:
      Quando ſi trovaſſe difficoltà ne' giovanetti in conoſcer, quando il verbo è attivo, o paſſivo, potrà loro farſi oſſervare, nella declinazione [...] ſe la prima perſona, o ſeconda, o terza fa, o ſoffre l'azione
      Should the youths have difficulty recognizing whether the verb is active or passive, they can be made to observe, in the declension, whether the first, or second, or third person performs or experiences the action
  2. (theology, religion, dated in other senses) word
    Synonym: parola
    • [90-110] Giovanni [John], Bibbia [Bible], volume Nuovo Testamento [New Testament] (canonical gospel, in Aramaic), Vangelo secondo Giovanni [Gospel according to John], chapter 1, verse 1, line 1–3:
      In principio era il Verbo,
      il Verbo era presso Dio
      e il Verbo era Dio.
      In the beginning was the Word,
      the Word was with God
      and the Word was God.
      (literally, “In the beginning was the verb,
      the verb was with god
      and the verb was god.
      ”)

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Latin[edit]

Noun[edit]

verbō

  1. dative singular of verbum
  2. ablative singular of verbum

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Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin verbō, dative/ablative singular of verbum (word, verb), from Proto-Italic *werβom (word), from Proto-Indo-European *werdʰh₁om (word), from *werh₁- (to speak, say), with the extension -dʰh₁ (to do, put, place).

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Adverb[edit]

verbo

  1. Only used in a verbo (the main grammatical forms of a verb)

Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Portuguese verbo, vervo, from Latin verbum (word, verb), from Proto-Italic *werβom (word), from Proto-Indo-European *werdʰo- (word).

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verbo m (plural verbos)

  1. (grammar) verb
  2. (now uncommon) language, use of words
    Synonyms: linguagem, palavra
  3. (archaic) saying, proverb, maxim
    Synonyms: ditado, provérbio, máxima

Spanish[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin verbum, from Proto-Indo-European *werdʰo- (word).

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Noun[edit]

verbo m (plural verbos)

  1. (grammar) verb

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