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líquido m. (Noun) "liquid"
15th cent. From Latin liquidus "flowing," "liquid," from the verb liquere "to flow." From Proto-Italic *(w)likw-ē- "to be liquid." From Proto-Indo-European *u̯lei̯kw- "to make moist," "to wet." See also licuar.
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Galician líquido, Portuguese líquido, Catalan líquid, French liquide, Italian liquido