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GalicianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Late Latin catholicus, from Ancient Greek καθολικός (katholikós, universal), from κατά (katá, according to) + ὅλος (hólos, whole).

AdjectiveEdit

católico m (feminine singular católica, masculine plural católicos, feminine plural católicas)

  1. Catholic

NounEdit

católico m (plural católicos)

  1. Catholic

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PortugueseEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Late Latin catholicus, from Ancient Greek καθολικός (katholikós, universal), from κατά (katá, according to) + ὅλος (hólos, whole).

AdjectiveEdit

católico m (feminine singular católica, masculine plural católicos, feminine plural católicas, comparable)

  1. Catholic

NounEdit

católico m (plural católicos, feminine católica, feminine plural católicas)

  1. Catholic

Related termsEdit


SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Late Latin catholicus, from Ancient Greek καθολικός (katholikós, universal), from κατά (katá, according to) + ὅλος (hólos, whole).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /kaˈtoliko/, [kaˈt̪oliko]

AdjectiveEdit

católico (feminine singular católica, masculine plural católicos, feminine plural católicas)

  1. Catholic
  2. (literary) catholic; all-embracing
  3. (literary) universal, common
  4. (usually in negative) well (feeling well)
    No me siento muy católico .
    I'm a little under the weather.

NounEdit

católico m (plural católicos, feminine católica)

  1. Catholic

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