Iberia

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Etymology 1[edit]

From Latin Iberia, from Ancient Greek Ἰβηρία (Ibēria), after the river Ἴβηρος (Ibēros), which itself came from a native Celtiberian name for the river *Ibēr (modern Spanish Ebro).

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Iberia

  1. The region of Europe south of the Pyrenees, consisting of Andorra, Spain, Portugal, and Gibraltar.
    • 2006, Edwin Black, chapter 2, Internal Combustion[1]:
      Buried within the Mediterranean littoral are some seventy to ninety million tons of slag from ancient smelting, about a third of it concentrated in Iberia. This ceaseless industrial fueling caused the deforestation of an estimated fifty to seventy million acres of woodlands.
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Etymology 2[edit]

Iberia

From Ancient Greek Ἰβηρία (Ibēria). Possibly from the same source as Old Armenian Վիրք (Virkʿ).

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Iberia

  1. (historical) Antic and Byzantine name of the ancient Georgian kingdom of Kartli located east of Colchis, corresponding roughly to the eastern parts of present-day Georgia.
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Italian[edit]

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  • IPA(key): /iˈbɛrja/
  • Hyphenation: I‧bè‧ria

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Iberia f

  1. Iberia (European peninsula, consisting of Portugal and Spain)
  2. Iberia (Caucasian Iberia)

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Latin[edit]

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Iberia f (genitive Iberiae); first declension

  1. Iberia

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First declension with locative.

Number Singular
nominative Iberia
genitive Iberiae
dative Iberiae
accusative Iberiam
ablative Iberiā
vocative Iberia
locative Iberiae

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Etymology 1[edit]

From Latin Iberia, from Ancient Greek Ἰβηρία (Ibēria), after the river Ἶβηρος (Ibēros), which itself came from a native Ibero-Celtic name for the river *Ibēr (modern Ebro).

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Iberia f

  1. Iberia (European peninsula, consisting of Portugal and Spain)
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Iberia f

  1. Iberia (Caucasian Iberia)