Coroado

noun Co·ro·a·do \ˌkȯrəˈwä(ˌ)dō\

Definition of Coroado

plural

Coroado

or

Coroados

  1. 1 :  bororo

  2. 2 :  the Caingang people of São Paulo, southeastern Brazil

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Origin and Etymology of coroado

Portuguese, literally, crowned one, from coroado (past participle of coroar to crown), from Latin coronatus, past participle of coronare to crown; from their crown-shaped hairdress — more at crown


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