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GalicianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Compare Portuguese beleza, Spanish belleza.

NounEdit

beleza f (plural belezas)

  1. beauty (property of being attractive, pleasing, fine, or good-looking)
  2. beauty (someone who is beautiful)
  3. beauty (something that is particularly good or pleasing)

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PortugueseEdit

EtymologyEdit

From belo +‎ -eza, possibly from Vulgar Latin *bellitia, from Latin bellus. May have come to Portuguese through the intermediate of Italian bellezza, or Old Occitan belleza[1][2]. Compare Spanish belleza, Occitan belesa, and Occitan bellesa.

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NounEdit

beleza f (plural belezas)

  1. beauty (the condition of being beautiful)
  2. beauty (a beautiful thing or person)

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InterjectionEdit

beleza

  1. (Brazil, informal) what's up? (informal greeting)
  2. (Brazil, informal) all right; okay (used either as a question or answer/agreement)
  3. (Brazil, informal) a response to the greeting “Beleza?”

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