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An etymological dictionary discusses the etymology of the words listed. Often, large dictionaries ... Spanish · Corominas, J. Diccionario crítico etimológico castellano e hispá...

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Spanish English Dictionary Online Translation, Language, Grammar. ... de la lengua española: dictionary of the Spanish language, meanings & etymology.

Decir/Dicho and Dictionary | Learning Spanish & Etymology Pattern ...


May 6, 2016 ... The Spanish Decir (“to say”) comes from the Latin dictio for “word”. Its participle form is dicho — and dicho also means “saying”, in the sense of, ...

Creole - Online Etymology Dictionary


from Spanish criollo "person native to a locality," from Portuguese crioulo, diminutive of cria "person (especially a servant) raised in one's house," from criar "to ...

Avocado - Online Etymology Dictionary


1763, from Spanish avocado, altered (by folk etymology influence of earlier Spanish avocado "lawyer," from same Latin source as advocate (n.)) from earlier  ...

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Jul 24, 2006 ... French: Le Trésor de la Langue Française Informatisé Spanish: ... For Catalan, the big etymological dictionary cannot be found online, but the ...

etymology - English-Spanish Dictionary - WordReference.com


etymology - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions.

Etymological Basque Dictionary-French-Spanish-English


Etymological Basque Dictionary by Michel Morvan, UMR 5478 CNRS. Aknowledgements I am much indebted first of all to Pr.Jean-Baptiste Orpustan my former ...

etimología - Spanish etymology resources - Spanish Language ...


Dec 15, 2011 ... Are there any similar resources in Spanish for researching word etymologies? ... RAE's dictionary provides some information on etymology.

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Salir, the common Spanish word meaning, “to leave” sounds like it has nothing to do with anything. Or does it? Salir comes from the Latin salire meaning the ...

Spanish - Online Etymology Dictionary


For Spanish Main see main. Spanish moss is attested from 1823. Spanish fly, the fabled aphrodisiac (ground-up cantharis blister-beetles), is attested from c.

(see Venice). - Online Etymology Dictionary


Spanish, diminutive of Venecia "Venice" (see Venice). Supposedly the name was given by Spanish sailors in 1499 when they saw a native village built on piles ...