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GalicianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Portuguese [Term?], from a Vulgar Latin root *superānus, from Latin super.

AdjectiveEdit

soberano m (feminine singular soberana, masculine plural soberanos, feminine plural soberanas)

  1. sovereign (exercising supreme authority)
  2. independent
  3. (figuratively) very large

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NounEdit

soberano m (plural soberanos)

  1. sovereign, monarch (male)

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PortugueseEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Portuguese, from a Vulgar Latin root *superānus, from Latin super. Compare French souverain, Italian sovrano, soprano, Spanish soberano. Doublet of soprano, from Italian.

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AdjectiveEdit

soberano m (feminine singular soberana, masculine plural soberanos, feminine plural soberanas, comparable)

  1. sovereign (exercising power to reign); regal, royal
  2. sovereign (having supreme, ultimate power)
  3. (figuratively) sovereign (exceptional in quality)

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NounEdit

soberano m (plural soberanos, feminine soberana, feminine plural soberanas)

  1. monarch; sovereign (the ruler of a country)

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SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From a Vulgar Latin root *superānus or *superiānus, from Latin super. Compare French souverain, Italian sovrano, soprano, Portuguese soberano, Catalan sobirà. Doublet of soprano, from Italian.

AdjectiveEdit

soberano (feminine singular soberana, masculine plural soberanos, feminine plural soberanas)

  1. sovereign

NounEdit

soberano m (plural soberanos, feminine soberana, feminine plural soberanas)

  1. sovereign

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