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echo meaning in Latin

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echo noun

echoos [echi] noun
F

imago [imaginis] noun
(3rd) F

repercussus [repercussus] noun
(4th) M

repulsus [repulsus] noun
(4th) M

echo round verb

circumsono [circumsonare, circumsonavi, circumsonatus] verb
(1st)

echoing adjective

resonus [resona, resonum] adjective

echoing downwards adjective

desonans [(gen.), desonantis] adjective

chant back, echo verb

recino [recinere, -, -] verb
(3rd)

comic word as contemptuous echo of "heia" interjection

beia interjection

re-echo verb

resulto [resultare, resultavi, resultatus] verb
(1st)

reecho verb

responso [responsare, responsavi, responsatus] verb
(1st)

resound, re-echo verb

reboo [reboare, reboavi, reboatus] verb
(1st)

resound, ring, echo verb

confremo [confremere, confremui, -] verb
(3rd) INTRANS

resound/re-echo verb

consono [consonare, consonui, -] verb
(1st)

|echo/resound verb

sono [sonare, sonavi, sonatus] verb
(1st)

sono [sonere, sonui, sonitus] verb
(3rd)

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