marqués

noun mar·qués \ märˈkās \

Definition of marqués

plural marqueses \-āsə̇s, -āsə̇z\
:a marquess in Spanish and Portuguese-speaking countries

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Origin and Etymology of marqués

Spanish marqués & Portuguese marquês, from Old Spanish & Old Portuguese, from Old Provençal marques, from marca boundary, boundary land, of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German marha boundary, boundary land


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