irmandiño

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Galician[edit]

Etymology[edit]

irmandade (brotherhood) +‎ -iño.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /iɾ.man.ˈdi.ɲo/

Noun[edit]

irmandiño m (plural irmandiños)

  1. (historical) A member of any of the brotherhoods which revolted against nobility in 15th century Galicia.
    • 1945, Alfonso R. Castelao, No día de Galiza de 1945 (in 2000, Henrique Monteagudo, Obras de Castelao, Galaxia, page 518):
      Rui Xordo, o irmandiño revolucionario que armou a primeira revolución de caráiter social que houbo en Europa.
      Roi Xordo, a revolutionary irmadiño who started the first revolution of a social nature that happened in Europe.

Adjective[edit]

irmandiño m (feminine irmandiña, masculine plural irmandiños, feminine plural irmandiñas)

  1. Of or relating to the brotherhoods which revolted against nobility in 15th century Galicia