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Noun

plumbo (accusative plumbon)

  1. lead (the chemical element)

Latin

Etymology

From plumbum (lead)

Verb

present active plumbō, present infinitive plumbāre, perfect active plumbāvī, supine plumbātum.
  1. I solder with lead.
  2. I make with lead or out of lead.

Inflection

Noun

plumbō

  1. dative singular of plumbum
  2. ablative singular of plumbum

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