Zaragoza

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Spanish Zaragoza, from Andalusian Arabic سَرَقُسْطَة(saraqusṭa), from Latin Caesaraugusta, named after Roman Emperor Augustus. Note the Andalusian etymon vis-a-vis Arabic قَيْصَر(qayṣar); the initial palatized consonant and other features suggests a borrowing from a late Vulgar Latin form dating to the Moorish invasion of Visigothic Spain.

Proper nounEdit

Zaragoza

  1. A city, the regional capital of Aragon, Spain.
  2. A province of Aragon, Spain.

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GalicianEdit

Proper nounEdit

Zaragoza

  1. Zaragoza (a province of Aragon, Spain; capital: Zaragoza)
  2. Zaragoza (a city in Zaragoza, Spain)

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SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Spanish Saragoça, from Arabic سَرَقُسْطَة(saraqusṭa), from Latin Caesaraugusta, named after Roman emperor Augustus.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): (Spain) /θaɾaˈɡoθa/, [θa.ɾaˈɣ̞o.θa]
  • IPA(key): (Latin America) /saɾaˈɡosa/, [sa.ɾaˈɣ̞o.sa]

Proper nounEdit

Zaragoza f

  1. Zaragoza (a province of Aragon, Spain; capital: Zaragoza)
  2. Zaragoza (a city in Zaragoza, Spain)
  3. a surname

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TagalogEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Spanish Zaragoza.

Proper nounEdit

Zaragoza

  1. Zaragoza (a province of Aragon, Spain; capital: Zaragoza)
  2. Zaragoza (a city in Zaragoza, Spain)
  3. A municipality of Nueva Ecija, Philippines, named after the Spanish city.