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English

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Etymology

From [[w:Template:lang:la language|Template:lang:la]][[Category:Template:lang:la derivations]] castor "beaver"

Pronunciation

Noun

Singular
castor

Plural
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  1. A pivoting roller attached to the bottom of furniture to allow it to be moved.
  2. A hat made from the fur of the beaver.
  3. A caster; a container with perforated cap for sprinkling (e.g. pepper-castor).

Translations

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French

castor

Noun

castor m.

  1. beaver (aquatic mammal)

Galician

Noun

castor m. (plural castores)

Singular
castor m.

Plural
castores m.

  1. beaver

Latin

Noun

castor (genitive: castoris); m., third declension

  1. A beaver.

See also


Portuguese

Noun

castor m.

  1. beaver.

Spanish

Etymology

Latin castor, castōris

Noun

castor m. (plural castores)

Singular
castor m.

Plural
castores m.

  1. beaver

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