franco

noun fran·co \ ˈfräŋ-(ˌ)kō , ˈfraŋ- \

Definition of franco

:the frank of Equatorial Guinea — see Money Table

Origin and Etymology of franco

Spanish, from French franc


Franco-

combining form

Definition of Franco-

1 :French and
  • Franco-American
2 :French
  • Francophile

Origin and Etymology of franco-

Medieval Latin, from Francus Frenchman, from Late Latin, Frank


Franco

biographical name Fran·co \ ˈfräŋ-(ˌ)kō , ˈfraŋ- \

Definition of Franco

Francisco 1892–1975 Francisco Paulino Hermenegildo Teódulo Franco Bahamonde Spanish general and head of Spanish state (1936–75)

FRANCO Defined for English Language Learners

Franco-

combining form

Definition of Franco- for English Language Learners

  • : French

  • : France, French culture, or the French


FRANCO Defined for Kids

Franco-

prefix Fran·co- \ ˈfraŋ-kō \

Definition of Franco- for Students

1 :French and
2 :French

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  1. Spanish Central: Translation of franco Britannica.com: Encyclopedia article about franco


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