Cato
Cato
proper noun
1. (name) 
a. Catón 
Cato the Elder fought against the integration of Greek influences in Rome.Catón el Viejo luchó contra la incorporación de la influencia griega en Roma.
Cato [ˈkeɪtəʊ]
noun
Catón
cato
cato [cah’-to]
noun
1. Japan earth, an extract obtained by the decoction of vegetable substance in water. (m)
verb
2. CATECU.
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