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Catalan

Noun

ferro m.

  1. iron

Galician

Noun

ferro m.

  1. iron

Italian

Etymology

Latin ferrum

Pronunciation

Noun

ferro m. (plural ferri)

  1. iron (metal, tool made of iron)

Chemical Element: Fe (atomical number 26)

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Verb

ferro

  1. first-person singular present tense of ferrare

Old High German

Etymology 1

From the adjective fer

Adverb

ferro

  1. afar

Etymology 2

Akin to the verb faran

Noun

ferro m.

  1. skipper

Portuguese

Noun

ferro m.

  1. iron
  2. sword; blade, spearhead

Chemical Element: Fe (atomical number 26)

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