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acordar (Verb) "to agree," "to decide;" (reflexive) "to remember"
13th cent. From Vulgar Latin *accordare, from a(d)- "toward" (see a-), cor "heart" (see corazón), and verb-forming suffix -are.
Indo-European
Romance
Asturian acordar "to remember" but also "to choose," Portuguese acordar, French accorder, Italian accordare "to grant," "to tune (an instrument)," "to agree"
Celtic
Old Irish creitid "to believe," Middle Welsh credu 'id.,' Middle Breton crediff, Cornish cresy
Indo-Iranian
Sanskrit śrad-dhā- "to believe"