louvor

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louvor m

  1. alternative form of loor

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From Old Portuguese louvor, loor, corresponding to louvar (to praise) +‎ -or (forms nouns indicating condition), from Latin laudō (I praise), from laus (praise, glory).

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louvor m (plural louvores)

  1. (uncountable) praise; worship (especially of a religious entity)
  2. a commendation; a praise

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