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nato

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Finnish

Pronunciation

  • Hyphenation: na‧to
  • Rhymes: -ɑto
  • IPA: [ˈnɑto]

Noun

nato (stem na-*)

  1. (rare) one’s wife’s sister (a sister-in-law of a male person).

Usage notes

  • Nato is that who a man regards as his wife’s sister, i.e. a woman can’t have a “nato”. Instead of this, one can also use the word käly as its synonym.

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Italian

Verb form

nato m (f nata, m plural nati, f plural nate)

  1. Past participle of nascere.; born

Adjective

nato m (f nata, m plural nati, f plural nate)

  1. born (also used in combination)

Latin

Etymology

From  (swim).

Pronunciation

Verb

present active natō, present infinitive natāre, perfect active natāvī, supine natātum.
  1. I swim, I float
  2. I stream, I flow

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Spanish

Adjective

nato m. (feminine nata, masculine plural natos, feminine plural natas)

  1. born

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