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See also Leo, and LEO

Galician[]

Verb[]

Leo

  1. first-person singular present indicative of ler.

Hawaiian[]

Noun[]

Template:Haw-noun

  1. voice

Irish[]

Pronunciation[]

Pronoun[]

Leo

  1. 3d person pl. of le.
    with them

Derived terms[]

  • leosan (emphatic)

Latin[]

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leō (a lion)

Etymology[]

From Ancient Greek λέων (leōn)

Pronunciation[]

Noun[]

leō (genitive leōnis); m, third declension

  1. a lion
  2. a lion's skin
  3. Template:Constellation the constellation Leo
  4. (figuratively) a courageous person
  5. a kind of crab
  6. a kind of plant

Inflection[]

Number Singular Plural
nominative leō leōnēs
genitive leōnis leōnum
dative leōnī leōnibus
accusative leōnem leōnēs
ablative leōne leōnibus
vocative leō leōnēs

Derived terms[]

  • leontopetalon
  • leontopodion
  • leō fēmina
  • leōnīnus

Related terms[]

  • lea f.
  • leaena
  • leonticus
  • leontios

Descendants[]

  • Catalan: lleó
  • English: Leo, lion
  • Esperanto: leono
  • French: lion
  • Ido: leono
  • Italian: leone
  • Portuguese: leão
  • Romanian: leu
  • Spanish: león

See also[]


Spanish[]

Verb[]

Leo (infinitive leer)

  1. First-person singular (yo) present indicative form of leer.

Swahili[]

Adverb[]

leo

  1. today

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