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EtymologyEdit

From Portuguese formosa (beautiful), from Latin formosus (beautifully formed), from forma (form, shape) + the adjective suffix -osus (full of).

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Formosa

  1. (historical) The island of Taiwan (Ilha Formosa, "Beautiful Isle") as named by passing Portuguese mariners in 1544.
  2. A province in the north of Argentina.
  3. A city of Argentina, capital of Formosa Province.

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Formosa

  1. (dated) Formosa (old name of Taiwan)

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of Formosa (Kotus type 10/koira, no gradation)
nominative Formosa
genitive Formosan
partitive Formosaa
illative Formosaan
singular plural
nominative Formosa
accusative nom. Formosa
gen. Formosan
genitive Formosan
partitive Formosaa
inessive Formosassa
elative Formosasta
illative Formosaan
adessive Formosalla
ablative Formosalta
allative Formosalle
essive Formosana
translative Formosaksi
instructive
abessive Formosatta
comitative

PortugueseEdit

 
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Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From formosa (beautiful).

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Proper nounEdit

Formosa f

  1. Formosa; Taiwan (an island of Taiwan in the Pacific)
    Synonym: Taiwan

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Proper nounEdit

Formosa ?

  1. Formosa (province)

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