teler

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[teˈleɾ]

1. masculine noun Loom.

Etymology: From tela plus derivative suffix -er.

sapõ

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[saˈpo]

1. masculine noun Soap.

Etymology: From Late Latin sapo.

unnggament

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[uŋd͡ʒaˈment]

1. masculine noun Ointment.

Etymology: From unngg-, stem of the verb unnggăre, plus derivative suffix -ment.

radebaura

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[ˌradeˈbau̯ɾa]

1. masculine noun Razor.

Etymology: From rade, third person of the present tense of verb radre, plus baura, something that scratches the beard.

petainõ

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[petai̯ˈno]

1. masculine noun Brush.

Etymology: From petain plus derivative suffix .

petain

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[peˈtai̯n]

1. masculine noun Comb.

Etymology: From Latin pecten.

pann

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[paŋ]

1. masculine noun Cloth, towel.

Etymology: From Latin pannus.

pannell

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[paˈŋeʎ]

1. masculine noun Napkin.

Etymology: From pann plus derivative suffix -ell.

secamã

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[ˌsekaˈma]

1. masculine noun Towel.

Etymology: From seca, third person of the present tense of verb secre, plus , something that dries the hand.

mocer

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[moˈkeɾ]

1. masculine noun Handkerchief.

Etymology: From moc plus derivative suffix -er.