Vidente
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Vidente

Galician

Etymology

From Latin videntem, accusative singular of vid?ns ("seeing"), present active participle of vide? ("I see"), from Proto-Indo-European *weyd- ("to know; to see").

Noun

vidente m or f (plural videntes)

  1. seeing
  2. fortuneteller, clairvoyant, seer

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Adjective

vidente m or f (plural videntes)

  1. seeing

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Interlingua

Participle

vidente

  1. present participle of vider

Latin

Participle

vidente

  1. ablative masculine singular of vid?ns
  2. ablative feminine singular of vid?ns
  3. ablative neuter singular of vid?ns

Portuguese

Etymology

From Latin videntem, accusative singular of vid?ns ("seeing"), present active participle of vide? ("I see"), from Proto-Indo-European *weyd- ("to know; to see").

Pronunciation

Noun

vidente m, f (plural videntes)

  1. someone who can see; someone who is not blind
  2. seer (someone who foretells the future)

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Antonyms

  • (someone who can see): cego

Adjective

vidente m or f (plural videntes, comparable)

  1. seeing
  2. fortuneteller, clairvoyant

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Spanish

Etymology

From Latin videntem, accusative singular of vid?ns ("seeing"), present active participle of vide? ("I see"), from Proto-Indo-European *weyd- ("to know; to see").

Noun

vidente m or f (plural videntes)

  1. seeing
  2. fortuneteller, clairvoyant, seer

Synonyms

Antonyms

Adjective

vidente (plural videntes)

  1. seeing

Antonyms

Related terms


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