gigante

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Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin gigās, gigantem, from Ancient Greek γίγας (gígas, giant).

Adjective[edit]

gigante m, f (masculine and feminine plural giganti)

  1. huge, giant (attribute), gigantic, colossal

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gigante m (plural giganti) feminine gigantessa

  1. giant

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Latin[edit]

Noun[edit]

gigante

  1. ablative singular of gigans

Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin gigās, gigantis, from Ancient Greek γίγας (gígas, giant).

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Noun[edit]

gigante m (plural gigantes, feminine giganta, feminine plural gigantas)

  1. giant (mythical human)
  2. (sometimes offensive) giant (a very tall person)
  3. giant (one of the Gigantes of Greek mythology)

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  • (tall person): (Brazil, offensive) poste

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Adjective[edit]

gigante m, f (plural gigantes; comparable)

  1. huge; gigantic

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin gigās, gigantis, from Ancient Greek γίγας (gígas, giant).

Pronunciation[edit]

Adjective[edit]

gigante m, f (plural gigantes)

  1. giant, gigantic

Noun[edit]

gigante m (plural gigantes, feminine gigante)

  1. giant

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