onza

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Etymology 1[edit]

From Latin uncia (one-twelfth part) (compare French once, Italian oncia, Portuguese onça), from ūnus (one).

Noun[edit]

onza f (plural onzas)

  1. ounce

Etymology 2[edit]

From French once, from Old French once, originally lonce, ultimately based on Latin lynx, lyncis.

Noun[edit]

onza f (plural onzas)

  1. ounce; snow leopard
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