verko

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Noun[edit]

verko (accusative singular verkon, plural verkoj, accusative plural verkojn)

  1. (artistic, literary, or scientific) work
    la verkoj de Shakespeare
    the works of Shakespeare

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Etymology[edit]

From Esperanto verko, from English work, German Werk, both from Proto-Germanic *werką, from Proto-Indo-European *wérǵom.

Noun[edit]

verko (plural verki)

  1. work (literary, artistic, etc.)
    Me prizas la verki di Arthur Conan Doyle, specale la Sherlock-serio.
    I like the works of Arthur Conan Doyle, especially the Sherlock series.

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