Ceuta

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Ceuta

  1. A Spanish enclave at the edge of Morocco.

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Portuguese[edit]

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Ceuta

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From Arabic سبتة (sebta), from Latin Septem [Fratres].

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Ceuta f

  1. Ceuta (an autonomous city in Spain)

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Ceuta f

  1. Ceuta

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Ceuta f

  1. Ceuta (an autonomous city in Spain)

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