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EtymologyEdit

From Old Portuguese [Term?], probably from a Vulgar Latin *extronǐtus, or less likely *extronŏtus, from metathesis of Latin tonĭtrus (thunder). Compare Spanish estruendo.

NounEdit

estrondo m (plural estrondos)

  1. noise; racket (deep, rumbling noise)

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PortugueseEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Portuguese [Term?], probably from a Vulgar Latin *extronǐtus, or less likely *extronŏtus, from metathesis of Latin tonĭtrus (thunder). Compare Spanish estruendo.

NounEdit

estrondo m (plural estrondos)

  1. boom; thunder (deep, rumbling noise)

Related termsEdit