medalha

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Etymology[edit]

From Italian medaglia ‎(medal), from Late Latin medalia ‎(half a denarius), form Latin metallum ‎(metal), from Ancient Greek μέταλλον ‎(métallon, metal). Cognate of mealha ‎(mediaeval Portuguese coin).

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Noun[edit]

medalha f (plural medalhas)

  1. medal (stamped metal disc used as ornament or charm)
  2. medal (metal object used as a prize or military decoration)

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For usage examples of this term, see Citations:medalha.

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