Pared
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Pared

English

Verb

pared

  1. simple past tense and past participle of pare

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Chavacano

Etymology

Borrowed from Spanish pared ("wall").

Noun

pared

  1. wall

Spanish

Etymology

From Old Spanish pared, from Vulgar Latin *parete(m), from Latin parietem, singular accusative of pari?s, of Proto-Indo-European origin. Compare English paries, French paroi, and Portuguese parede.

Pronunciation

Noun

pared f (plural paredes)

  1. wall, especially of a house or room
    Synonyms: muro; see also Thesaurus:pared

Derived terms

Descendants

  • -> Chavacano: pared
  • -> Tagalog: pader

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