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"Coquus patellam implet."

Translation:The cook fills the plate.

December 13, 2019

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Coquus a cook - From Coquō - (transitive) I cook, prepare food, ripen, roast •

PatellamPatella a small or shallow pan or dish, the kneecap, patella, an olive tree disease • Diminutive of Patina (“a broad shallow dish, pan”) or Patera. • Patina A broad, shallow dish, a pan, stewpan, kind of cake, crib, manger - from early Ancient Greek πατάνη (patánē) A kind of flat dish • Patera A broad, flat dish or saucer, used especially for libations - From Pateō I am open, accessible, attainable, exposed, vulnerable, increase or extend •

ImpletImpleō fill, fulfill • From in- +‎ Pleō to fill, to fulfill • From Proto-Italic plēō, from PIE pleh₁- (“to fill”). Related to plēnus. • Derived terms: compleō, ēpleō, expleō, impleō, oppleō, repleō, suppleō, centuplus, decuplus, duplus, octuplus, quadruplus, sescuplus/ sesquiplus, simplus, triplus • Related terms: manipulus, plēbs, plēnus, plērus, populus

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