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EtymologyEdit

From Old Spanish [Term?], probably from a Vulgar Latin *extronĭtus, from *tronĭtus, from methathesis of Latin tonitrus. Compare Portuguese estrondo. Doublet of tronido, which came from a variant with stress on the penultimate syllable (long -i-).

NounEdit

estruendo m (plural estruendos)

  1. racket, din, roar (loud noise)

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