néctar

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Galician[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin nectar, from Ancient Greek νέκταρ (néktar), from Proto-Indo-European *néḱtr̥h₂, derived from the roots *neḱ- (to perish, disappear) and *terh₂- (to overcome).

Noun[edit]

néctar m (uncountable)

  1. nectar

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin nectar, from Ancient Greek νέκταρ (néktar), from Proto-Indo-European *néḱtr̥h₂, derived from the roots *neḱ- (to perish, disappear) and *terh₂- (to overcome).

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Noun[edit]

néctar m (plural néctares)

  1. (mythology) the drink of the gods
  2. (by extension) any drink considered extremely good
  3. (botany) nectar (sweet liquid secreted by flowers)

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Spanish[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin nectar, from Ancient Greek νέκταρ (néktar), from Proto-Indo-European *néḱtr̥h₂, derived from the roots *neḱ- (to perish, disappear) and *terh₂- (to overcome).

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

néctar m (plural néctares)

  1. nectar (all senses)

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