chama


chama
chama s. m. 1. Parte luminosa e ardente que soltam de si as matérias em combustão. 2. Labareda. 3.  [Por extensão] Luz, brilho. 4.  [Figurado] Veemência, entusiasmo, ardor (das paixões). 5. Fogo (da inspiração).
  ‣ Etimologia: latim flamma, -ae
  • Confrontar: xama.
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chama s. f. Chamariz.
  ‣ Etimologia: derivação regressiva de chamar
  • Confrontar: xama.

Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa . 2012.

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