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música f. (Noun) "music"
13th cent. From Latin musica 'id.,' borrowed from Ancient Greek μουσική ‎(mousiké) "art," originally the art of the Muses. Part of a longer phrase μουσική ‎τέχνη (mousiké tékhne) "Muse's art." For a continued etymology of μουσική ‎(mousiké) and the name Muse, see musa.
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Romance
Portuguese música, Galician música, Catalan música, French musique, Italian musiche, Romanian muzică