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French mort

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Morto (plural mortoj, accusative singular morton, accusative plural mortojn)

  1. death

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Morto

  1. death (cessation of life)


This Ido entry was created from the translations listed at death. It may be less reliable than other entries, and may be missing parts of speech or additional senses. Please also see Morto in the Ido Wiktionary. This notice will be removed when the entry is checked. (more information) March 2010


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Late Latin *mortus from classical Latin mortuus

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morto m (f morta, m plural morti, f plural morte)

  1. dead

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morto m. (plural morti) feminine morta

  1. dead man
  2. corpse, dead body

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morto m. (f. morta, m. pl. morti, m. f. morte)

  1. (past participle of morire); dead.

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morto m. and f. (plural [[mortPatrono:Pt-adj/o]]; comparable)

  1. dead

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de:morto el:morto es:morto fr:morto gl:morto ko:morto io:morto id:morto it:morto hu:morto ja:morto pl:morto pt:morto ru:morto fi:morto sv:morto tr:morto wa:morto

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