Lusophone

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From Portuguese lusófono (Portuguese-speaking), from Lusitania (the Roman province in what is now Portugal), in the form of Luso- +‎ -phone.

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Lusophone (not comparable)

  1. (of a person) Portuguese-speaking.
  2. (of a place) Portuguese-speaking.

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Lusophone (plural Lusophones)

  1. A Portuguese speaker.

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