See also: douro, doûro, and ďouro

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The Douro river within Iberia.

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Borrowed from Portuguese Douro, from Old Galician-Portuguese Doiro, from Latin Durius, possibly from Proto-Celtic *dubros (water).

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  1. A river in northern Spain and Portugal.

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Inherited from Old Galician-Portuguese Doiro, from Latin Dūrius (compare Spanish Duero), probably of Celtic origin, possibly from Proto-Celtic *dubros (water).

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  • (Brazil) IPA(key): /ˈdo(w).ɾu/ [ˈdo(ʊ̯).ɾu]
    • (Southern Brazil) IPA(key): /ˈdo(w).ɾo/ [ˈdo(ʊ̯).ɾo]

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Douro m

  1. Douro (a river in northern Portugal and Spain)
  2. Douro (a traditional region in Portugal)

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