cobra de capello

cobra de capello

[koh-bruh dee kuh-pel-oh]
noun, plural cobras de capello.

Origin:
1660–70; < Portuguese: hooded snake (cobra < Latin colubra snake; capello < Late Latin cappellus hood, equivalent to capp(a) cap1 + -ellus elle)

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cobra de capello (diː kəˈpɛləʊ)
 
n , pl cobras de capello
a cobra, Naja tripudians, that has ringlike markings on the body and exists in many varieties in S and SE Asia

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