obispo

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From Old Spanish, from Late Latin episcopus ‎(overseer, bishop) (compare Catalan bisbe, French évêque, Italian vescovo, Portuguese bispo, and ultimately English bishop), from Ancient Greek επίσκοπος ‎(epískopos, one who watches over, overseer), from ἐπί ‎(epí, over) + σκοπός ‎(skopós, watcher), from σκοπέω ‎(skopéō, I contemplate, behold).

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obispo m ‎(plural obispos)

  1. bishop

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