Damasco

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See also: damasco and damascò

Galician[edit]

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Damasco

  1. Damascus (the capital city of Syria)

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Damasco f

  1. Damascus (the capital city of Syria)

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Old Spanish[edit]

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From Latin Damascus, from Ancient Greek Δαμασκός (Damaskós), from Semitic.

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Damasco m

  1. Damascus
    • c. 1200, Almerich, Fazienda de Ultramar, f. 79r.
      Sant pablo q́ ante auie nóbre ſaulus fue del tribu de beniamin naſcio en iuda e al ſegúdo ańo aṕs dela paſſió de iħu xṕo baptizo ananias e damaſco []
      Saint Paul, who before had the name Saul, was of the tribe of Benjamin. He was born in Judea, and in the second year after the Passion of Jesus Christ Ananias baptized [him] in Damascus []

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  • Old Spanish: Damasco

Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin Damascus.

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Damasco f

  1. Damascus (the capital city of Syria)

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Spanish Damasco, from Latin Damascus, from Ancient Greek Δαμασκός (Damaskós), from Semitic.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /daˈmasko/, [d̪aˈmas.ko]

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Damasco m

  1. Damascus (the capital city of Syria)

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