Macedo de Cavaleiros

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Etymology[edit]

After Portuguese knight Martim Gonçalves de Macedo, who saved future king John I in the battle of Aljubarrota. From Old Portuguese macedo (apple orchard) + de (of) + cavaleiros (knights).

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Macedo de Cavaleiros

  1. a Portuguese city in Bragança district.

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