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filo

/ ˈfiːləʊ /

noun

  1. a type of Greek flaky pastry in very thin sheets


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Word History and Origins

Origin of filo1

C20: Modern Greek phullon leaf
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Example Sentences

Seventeen-year-old Edgar Gonzalez formed one half of the group Doble Filo.

The veins of the leaves in Illustration 88 are padded with embroidery cotton and worked over with filo-floss.

"Yes, it is certainly good enough, Te-filo," said the Father.

Pointing to the candle she said again, "I did it for thee, Te-filo mio."

La filo diris al ŝi ke li ankaŭ estas zorga, sed ke li opinias ke ne pluvos.

La malkuraĝaj amikoj de la patro kaj filo nek restis tie, nek helpis forpeli la malamikojn.

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