combining form Lu·so- \ˌlü-(ˌ)sō\

Definition of LUSO-

:  Portuguese and <Luso-Brazilian>

Origin of LUSO-

Portuguese, from lusitano Portuguese, from Latin Lusitanus of Lusitania (ancient region corresponding approximately to modern Portugal)


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