Euroaquilo

noun Eu·ro·aq·ui·lo \ˌyu̇rəˈakwəˌlō\
variants: less commonly

Euraquilo

\yəˈrak-\

Definition of Euroaquilo

plural

-s

  1. :  gregale

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Origin and Etymology of euroaquilo

Late Latin euroaquilo, from euro- (from Latin eurus east wind, from Greek euros) + Latin aquilo north wind


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