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List of English words of Spanish origin - Wikipedia


It is a list of English language words whose origin can be traced to the Spanish language as ..... (in Spanish) · Evolution and influence of the Spanish language in US English · Online...

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

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The Spanish delante (“in front of”) comes from the Latin de– (“of, out of”) and ante (“before”), via intante (in plus ante). So, “in front of” is literally “before” in 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.

Ladino (n.) - Online Etymology Dictionary


1889, a jargon of Spanish mixed with Hebrew, Arabic, and other elements, written in Hebrew characters, spoken by Sephardim in Turkey, Greece, etc.; from  ...

flamenco - Online Etymology Dictionary


1882, from Spanish flamenco, first used of Gypsy dancing in Andalusia. The word in Spanish meant "a Fleming, native of Flanders" (Dutch Vlaming) and also ...

A new online Spanish etymological dictionary | Spanish Linguist


Aug 21, 2016 ... Today's post is about a new online resource for the Spanish language lover: the Online Etymological Dictionary of Spanish, or OEDoS.

hidalgo (n.) - Online Etymology Dictionary


"Spanish nobleman of secondary rank," 1590s, from Spanish hidalgo, from Old Spanish fidalgo, usually explained as a shortened from filho de algo "son" (Latin  ...

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Editorial Reviews. Review. This work, explaining in English the etymology of Spanish terms, is one to dip into time and time again...The fascination of the work is ...

etymology - English-Spanish Dictionary - WordReference.com


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

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Toggle navigation. Appendix · Phonology · Browse Words. Spanish Etymological Dictionary. The free online etymological dictionary of the Spanish language.

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, ...

oregano (n.) - Online Etymology Dictionary


1771, from Spanish or American Spanish oregano, from Latin origanus, origanum, from Greek oreiganon, from oros "mountain" (see oread) + ganos " brightness, ...