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Etymology of the Portuguese word manguinhar

the Portuguese word manguinhar
derived from the Portuguese word manguinha
derived from the Portuguese word manga
derived from the Classical Latin word manica (sleeves, long sleeves; gloves)
derived from the Latin word manus (hand; hand, fist; team)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *man-
derived from the Malay word manga
derived from the Tamil word mankay
derived from the Tamil word man
derived from the Tamil word kay
derived from the Malay word mangga
derived from the Tamil word mankay
derived from the Tamil word man
derived from the Tamil word kay
using the Portuguese suffix -inha
derived from the Portuguese word mão
derived from the Latin word manus (hand; hand, fist; team)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *man-




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