Agrigento

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from Italian Agrigento, from Latin Agrigentum, possibly from the root words ager(field) and gēns(clan, kin), but more likely to be a corruption of Ancient Greek Ἀκράγᾰντᾰ(Akráganta), accusative of Ἀκράγᾱς(Akrágās), from ἄκρος(ákros, at the edge).

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Agrigento

  1. A province of Sicily, Italy.
  2. The capital city of Agrigento.

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Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Latin Agrigentum, possibly from the root words ager(field) and gēns(clan, kin), but more likely to be a corruption of Ancient Greek Ἀκράγᾰντᾰ(Akráganta), accusative of Ἀκράγᾱς(Akrágās), from ἄκρος(ákros, at the edge). Cognate to Sicilian Girgenti.

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Agrigento f

  1. Agrigento (a province and city in Sicily, Italy)

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Latin[edit]

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Agrigentō

  1. dative singular of Agrigentum
  2. ablative singular of Agrigentum

Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from Italian Agrigento, from Latin Agrigentum, possibly from the root words ager(field) and gēns(clan, kin), but more likely to be a corruption of Ancient Greek Ἀκράγᾰντᾰ(Akráganta), accusative of Ἀκράγᾱς(Akrágās), from ἄκρος(ákros, at the edge).

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Agrigento f

  1. Agrigento (a province and city in Sicily, Italy)

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