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|English term or phrase:||Visgoth, Mozarabe, Andalusian, Castillian, Celt, Phoenician|
|Spanish translation:||Visigodo, Mozárabe, Andaluz, Castellano, Celta, Fenicio|
|Entered by:|| mónica alfonso||Options:|
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|English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: Visgoths, Mozarable, Andalusian, Castillian, Celt, and Phoenician|
|Visgoths are babarian tribes that had a huge role in making the spanish language. Mozarable is a language spoken by Arabes in the Middle Ages; I don't know if they still speak it. Andalusian and Castillian are both types of spanish and have different pronunciation. Celt is a very early tribe of people that mixed with the Iberians to make a new language. Phoenicians mixed in with these "celtiberians" and made the beginning of the spanish language-- this wasn't latin. Phoenicians|
are a group of people that lived in Europe at the time.
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|5 +4||Visigodos, Mozárabes, Andaluces, Castellanos, Celtas, and Fenicios|
|5||Visigodos, Mozárabes, Andaluces, Castellanos, Celtas y Fenicios||olv10siq|
|4||Visigodos, Mozárabe, Andaluz, Castellano, Celta, Fenicio|
|4||visigodos, mozárabe, andaluz, castellano, celta y fenicio|
6 mins confidence: peer agreement (net): +4
Visigodos, Mozárabes, Andaluces, Castellanos, Celtas, and Fenicios
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