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n. 1 (context textiles English) A pattern on clothing consisting of irregularly shaped patches that are either greenish/brownish, brownish/whitish, or bluish/whitish, as used by ground combat forces. 2 Clothes made from camouflage fabric, for concealment in combat or hunting. vb. 1 (context informal English) To camouflage. 2 (context informal English) To put on camouflage clothing.


n. fabric dyed with splotches of green and brown and black and tan; intended to make the wearer of a garment made of this fabric hard to distinguish from the background [syn: camouflage]


Camo is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Cuneo in the Italian region Piedmont, located about southeast of Turin and about 60 km northeast of Cuneo. As of 31 December 2004, it had a population of 215 and an area of .

Camo borders the following municipalities: Cossano Belbo, Mango, Santo Stefano Belbo.

Camo (disambiguation)

Camo or CAMO may refer to:

  • Camo, a commune of the province of Cuneo in north-west Italy
  • Camo (beer)
  • camouflage, particularly military camouflage
  • CAMO, the Club Aquatique de Montreal
  • CAMO, in aviation, Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation
  • A Life character in Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure

Usage examples of "camo".

Very much aware of scrutiny, Menolly moved awkwardly to the steps, cup in one hand, bowl of warm cereal in the other, and Camo shuffling behind her.

Momentarily, she expected to hear an irate Silvina order Camo back to his ordinary duties, but all she heard was the buzz of whispered gossiping.

The fire lizards had cleared the bowl of meat, and Camo stared into its hollow, his face contorted by an expression of dismay.

There was Camo, gesturing and grimacing at her to take one of the three vacant seats at the window table.

It was Camo, in each hand a heavy platter piled with roast meat slices.

His assurance was borne out by the deep bowl of tubers and roots, and the basket of sliced breads, which Camo deposited beside her.

Menolly assured Abuna, and smiling at Camo, drew him out of the kitchen and up the steps.

Heavy pitchers of a thick, meaty, hot soup were passed, and trays of the yellow cheese, which Camo must eventually have taken care of, as well as baskets of crusty bread.

Uncle and the two green Aunties had decidedly adopted Camo as their feeding perch.

As soon as the fire lizards had finished gobbling, Menolly sent Camo back into the kitchen.

Menolly saw the kitchen drudges, an utterly entranced Camo among them, standing there, every face wreathed with smiles.

Doubtless Camo and Piemur had done her the favor of feeding her friends.

The wistful, piteous way in which the poor man asked her to promise suggested that too many promises made to Camo, were conveniently forgotten.

Menolly asked Piemur the next morning as she, the boy and Camo were feeding the fire lizards.

Piemur dragged Camo to the back of the line of stalls until he found a water skin dangling from a thong on a stall frame.