vizinho

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Portuguese vizinno, vezinno, from Latin vīcīnus ‎(neighbour), from vīcus ‎(quarter; village), from Proto-Indo-European *weiḱ- ‎(to settle; settlement, tribe).

Pronunciation[edit]

Adjective[edit]

vizinho m ‎(feminine singular vizinha, masculine plural vizinhos, feminine plural vizinhas, comparable)

  1. neighbouring; adjacent (located next to something)
    Casas vizinhas.
    Neighbouring houses.
  2. neighbouring; adjacent; contiguous (sharing a border)
    Países vizinhos.
    Neighbouring countries.
  3. (figuratively) analogous; related; connected (having many similarities)
    Conceitos vizinhos.
    Analogous concepts.
  4. (figuratively) adjacent in a scale or rank
    Ré e mi são notas vizinhas.
    D and E are adjacent notes.

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Noun[edit]

vizinho m (plural vizinhos, feminine vizinha, feminine plural vizinhas)

  1. neighbor (person who lives next to another)
    Ele é nosso vizinho.
    He is our neighbor.
  2. neighbor (place or object located next to another)

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