soltero

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin sōlitārius (lonely)[1]. Compare Portuguese solteiro, Catalan solter. See also the borrowed doublet solitario. Another theory, perhaps less likely, derives it from suelto, from Latin solutus (unbound, released, free, at large)[2].

Adjective[edit]

soltero (feminine singular soltera, masculine plural solteros, feminine plural solteras)

  1. single, unmarried

Noun[edit]

soltero m (plural solteros, feminine soltera)

  1. bachelor
  2. bachelorette

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