Catalan

See also: catalan and catalán

EnglishEdit

 Catalan on Wikipedia

EtymologyEdit

Middle English Catalane, from French Catalan, from Spanish catalán, from Catalan Catalunya.

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  • enPR: kăt'ə-lăn, IPA(key): /ˈkæ.tə.ˌlæn/, /ˈkæ.tə.lən/
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Catalan (plural Catalans)

  1. A native or inhabitant of Catalonia.
    Synonym: Catalonian
    • 2017 October 22, Sam Jones, “Catalonia weighs up declaration of independence”, in the Guardian[1]:
      Even if he draws back from a declaration, many Catalans – including Mossos and civil servants – may decide to not to obey orders from Madrid, and tens of thousands of people could take to the streets to protect key regional government institutions.

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Catalan

  1. The language of Catalonia, an autonomous region in the northeast of Spain. Various dialects are also spoken in the Valencian autonomous region, where the language is officially named valencià, the Balearic Islands, Andorra, Roussillon in France and the Sardinian city of Alghero.
    Synonym: Catalonian
    Hyponym: Valencian
Catalan edition of Wiktionary

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Catalan (not comparable)

  1. Of or pertaining to Catalonia.

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CebuanoEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • Hyphenation: ca‧ta‧lan

Proper nounEdit

Catalan

  1. A surname, from Spanish​.
  2. the Catalan language

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Catalan

  1. a person from or an inhabitant of Catalonia

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Catalan

  1. of or pertaining to Catalonia

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EtymologyEdit

From Spanish catalán

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Catalan m (plural Catalans, feminine Catalane)

  1. A Catalan person.

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