puig

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From Old Occitan, whence also Occitan puèg, from Latin podium (balcony), from Ancient Greek πόδιον (pódion, base). Inherited doublet of podi and pòdium. Compare regional French puy (mountain; hill), Sicilian poju (hill).

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puig m (plural puigs)

  1. hill; peak
    Synonyms: cim, muntanya, turó, tossal

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