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Romavian[]

Etymology[]

From Latin campus, from Proto-Indo-European *kh₂emp- ("to bend, to curve"). Compare Catalan camp, English camp, Esperanto kampo, French champ, Italian campo, Portuguese campo, Romanian câmp, Sardinian càmpu, Spanish campo, Tetum kampu.

Pronounciation[]

(Pronunciation: ['kambu])

Noun[]

cambu m (plural cambus)

  1. countryside, country
  2. field (large open area)
  3. field (domain of knowledge or practice)
  4. camp
  5. campus
  6. (physics) field

Derived terms[]

  • cambàl
  • cambar
  • cambaru
  • cambesdre
  • cambu d'esdùiu
  • cambu de consendraçà
  • cambu de dripayu
  • cambu de força
  • cambu de forças
  • cambu de gelu
  • cambu de lubda
  • cambu de minas
  • cambu de refujiaus
  • cambu elègdricu
  • cambu graviaçonàl
  • cambu graviaoru
  • cambu maňèicu
  • cambu sandu
  • cambu semàndicu
  • cambu universiaru
  • cambu visuàl
  • de cambu

Related terms[]

  • cambana
  • cambaňa
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