See also: epoca, època, and epocă

AsturianEdit

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época f (plural époques)

  1. era, epoch (time period)

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época f (plural épocas)

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EtymologyEdit

From Medieval Latin epocha, from Ancient Greek ἐποχή (epokhḗ).

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época f (plural épocas)

  1. time, season
  2. age, period, epoch (particular period of history)

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SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Medieval Latin epocha, from Ancient Greek ἐποχή (epokhḗ, a check, cessation, stop, pause, epoch of a star, i.e., the point at which it seems to halt after reaching the highest, and generally the place of a star; hence, a historical epoch), from ἐπέχω (epékhō, to hold in, check), from ἐπι- (epi-, upon) + ἔχω (ékhō, to have, hold).

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PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˈepoka/, [ˈe.po.ka]
  • Hyphenation: é‧po‧ca
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NounEdit

época f (plural épocas)

  1. epoch, era, age, time, day
  2. season, time
  3. period (of time), time period
  4. (geology) epoch

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