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EtymologyEdit

From Lombardic balko (beam) from Proto-Germanic *balkô (beam), from Proto-Indo-European *bhelg'- (beam, pile, prop). Compare German Balken, English balk.

NounEdit

palco m (plural palchi)

  1. stand, platform
  2. (theater, music) stage
    Synonyms: palcoscenico
  3. (theater) box
  4. (zoology) antler
  5. scaffold, scaffolding

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PortugueseEdit

 
palco

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Italian palco (stand; stage), from Lombardic balko (beam) from Proto-Germanic *balkô (beam), from Proto-Indo-European *bhelg'- (beam, pile, prop). Cognate to Portuguese balcão.

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NounEdit

palco m (plural palcos)

  1. stage (of a theatre)
  2. (figuratively) a location where something important happens

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SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Italian palco, a doublet of balco (now usu. balcone), balcony.

NounEdit

palco m (plural palcos)

  1. (theater) box
  2. bench