boreal

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See also: Boreal and boréal

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Borrowed from Latin boreālis (northern), from Boreās, from Ancient Greek Βορέᾱς (Boréās, personification of the north wind).

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boreal (comparative more boreal, superlative most boreal)

  1. Of, relating to, or coming from the north.

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German[edit]

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Borrowed from Latin borealis.

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boreal (not comparable)

  1. boreal

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Latin boreālis (northern), from Boreās, from Ancient Greek Βορέᾱς (Boréās, personification of the north wind).

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boreal m, f (plural boreais, comparable)

  1. boreal (relating to the north)

Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from French boréal, Latin boreālis (northern), from Boreās, from Ancient Greek Βορέᾱς (Boréās, personification of the north wind).

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boreal m, n (feminine singular boreală, masculine plural boreali, feminine and neuter plural boreale)

  1. northern, boreal

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Latin boreālis (northern), from Boreās, from Ancient Greek Βορέᾱς (Boréās, personification of the north wind).

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boreal (plural boreales)

  1. boreal, north, northern

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