paladín

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See also: paladin

Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from French paladin, from Italian paladino, inherited from Late Latin palātīnus (palace officer, chamberlain), from Latin Palātīnus (Palatine) (i.e. referring to the Palatine Hill, location of the Roman imperial palace), from Latin Palātium (the Palatine Hill).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /palaˈdin/, [pa.laˈð̞ĩn]

Noun[edit]

paladín m (plural paladines)

  1. paladin
  2. defender, champion, forerunner

Further reading[edit]