bandido

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Italian bandito, from bandire ‎(to prohibit), from Frankish *bannjan ‎(banish).

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Noun[edit]

bandido m (plural bandidos)

  1. bandit
  2. thug, gangster

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Spanish bandir, from Italian bandire ‎(to prohibit), from Frankish *bannjan ‎(banish), influenced by Gothic *bandwjan ‎(*bandwjan, to signal)

Noun[edit]

bandido m ‎(plural bandidos, feminine bandida)

  1. outlaw, bandit

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