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EtymologyEdit

From Latin oriundus.

AdjectiveEdit

oriundo (feminine singular oriunda, masculine plural oriundi, feminine plural oriunde)

  1. native (of a place, especially native of Italy but living abroad)

NounEdit

oriundo m (plural oriundi, feminine oriunda)

  1. native (of a place, especially a native of Italy but living abroad)
  2. a foreign sportsman, of Italian ancestry, playing in an Italian team

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin oriundus, from orior (I am born, I originate).

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AdjectiveEdit

oriundo m (feminine singular oriunda, masculine plural oriundos, feminine plural oriundas, comparable)

  1. (formal, with de) from; native to
    São oriundos da Alemanha.They are from Germany.

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin oriundus.

AdjectiveEdit

oriundo (feminine singular oriunda, masculine plural oriundos, feminine plural oriundas)

  1. native to

NounEdit

oriundo m (plural oriundos, feminine oriunda, feminine plural oriundas)

  1. native