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1. adjective Aranese (related to the Aran valley or the Aranese people).

2. masculine noun Aranese (person from the Aran valley).

3. masculine noun Aranese (language of the Aran valley, a dialect of Occitan).

Etymology: From Arã plus derivative suffix -ès.


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1. proper noun Aran (Pyrenean valley in Catalonia, Spain, where Occitan is spoken).

Etymology: From Aranese Aran.


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1. proper noun Arpitania (land of the Alps where Franco-Provençal is spoken).

Etymology: From Aups plus derivative suffix -lã.


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1. proper noun Alps.

Etymology: From Latin Alpes.


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1. derivative prefix Made by oneself.

Etymology: From Greek auto- (self).


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1. adjective Aragonese (related to Aragon or the Aragonese people).

2. masculine noun Aragonese (person from Aragon).

3. masculine noun Aragonese (language of Aragon).

Etymology: From Aragõ plus derivative suffix -ès.


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1. proper noun Aragon.

Etymology: From Aragonese Aragón.

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1. derivative suffix Added to a noun, it derives a new noun or a new adjective. It means procedence, relationship, membership, etc. Example: cità (noun), city, citatã (noun), citizen; megg (noun), middle, meggã (adjective), medium-size.

Etymology: From Latin -anus.


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1. masculine noun Anus.

Etymology: From Latin anus.


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1. derivative suffix Added to a masculine singular noun or adjective, it changes the gender to feminine. In case the noun or adjective finished in the vowel -e, it has to be removed before adding the -a. Example: dret (3), right (masculine), dreta, right (feminine); cjude, boy, cjuda, girl.

Etymology: From Latin -a.