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golpe m. (Noun) "strike," "blow"
12th cent. Old Spanish colpe. From Late Latin colpus 'id.,' a syncopation of Latin colaphus "blow (by hand)." Borrowed from Ancient Greek κόλαφος ‎(kólaphos) "slap." Of unknown origin. Borrowed from a non-Indo-European language.