auténtico

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Galician[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Medieval Latin authenticus, from Ancient Greek αὐθεντικός (authentikós, original, genuine, principal), from αὐθέντης (authéntēs, one acting by his own authority, perpetrator, ruler), from αὐτός (autós, self).

Adjective[edit]

auténtico m (feminine singular auténtica, masculine plural auténticos, feminine plural auténticas)

  1. authentic, real, true (conforming to reality and therefore worthy of trust)
    Synonyms: real, certo, verídico, xenuíno, lexítimo
    Antonyms: inauténtico, ilexítimo

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Medieval Latin authenticus, from Ancient Greek αὐθεντικός (authentikós, original, genuine, principal), from αὐθέντης (authéntēs, one acting by his own authority, perpetrator, ruler), from αὐτός (autós, self).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /auˈtentiko/, [au̯ˈt̪ẽn̪t̪iko]

Adjective[edit]

auténtico (feminine singular auténtica, masculine plural auténticos, feminine plural auténticas)

  1. authentic, real, true (conforming to reality and therefore worthy of trust)
    Synonyms: real, cierto, verdadero, legítimo, genuino
    Antonyms: inauténtico, ilegítimo

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