arqueiro

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Galician[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Portuguese arqueiro, from Late Latin arcārius, alteration of arcuārius ‎(of bows), from Latin arcus ‎(bow). Equivalent to arco +‎ -eiro.

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arqueiro m ‎(plural arqueiros, feminine arqueira, feminine plural arqueiras)

  1. archer; bowman

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Old Portuguese[edit]

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From Late Latin arcārius, alteration of arcuārius ‎(of bows), from Latin arcus ‎(bow).

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arqueiro m ‎(plural arqueiros, feminine arqueira, feminine plural arqueiras)

  1. archer; bowman

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Portuguese arqueiro, from Late Latin arcārius, alteration of arcuārius ‎(of bows), from Latin arcus ‎(bow). Corresponds to arco +‎ -eiro.

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Noun[edit]

arqueiro m (plural arqueiros, feminine arqueira, feminine plural arqueiras)

  1. (military) archer; bowman (soldier armed with a bow)
  2. (archery) archer (person who practices the sport of archery)
  3. (association football) goalkeeper (player who guards the goal)

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