atlante

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atlante m ‎(plural atlantes)

  1. (architecture) atlas

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EtymologyEdit

From Atlante ‎(Atlas) from Greek mythology.

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atlante m ‎(plural atlanti)

  1. (anatomy, book) atlas

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atlante m f (plural atlantes)

  1. (mythology) Atlantean (an inhabitant of Atlantis)

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atlante m (plural atlantes)

  1. (architecture) atlas (figure of a man used as a column)

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Atlantes de Tula (Atlantean columns on Tula Pyramid B, which once supported the Toltec temple's timber ceiling.)

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [a̠ˈtla̠n.te̞]

EtymologyEdit

From Atlas, from Greek mythology (from Ancient Greek Ἄτλας ‎(Átlas)).

NounEdit

atlante m ‎(plural atlantes)

  1. (architecture) atlas (figure of a man used as a column)

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