maça

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See also: maca, macà, maçã, maçâ, and маса

Catalan[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Late Latin mattia or mattea, possibly from mateola, from Proto-Indo-European *mat (hoe, plow). Compare Occitan massa, Spanish maza, Portuguese maça, French masse, Italian mazza.

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Noun[edit]

maça f (plural maces)

  1. mace (weapon)

Portuguese[edit]

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mace (weapon)

Etymology[edit]

From Late Latin mattia or mattea, possibly from mateola, from Proto-Indo-European *mat (hoe, plow). Compare Spanish maza, Italian mazza, Catalan maça, French masse.

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

maça f (plural maças)

  1. mace (weapon)
  2. mallet (type of hammer with a head made of a non-iron material)

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