How Do You Spell CAVALERO?

Pronunciation: [kˌavɐlˈe͡əɹə͡ʊ] (IPA)

Correct spelling for the English word "Cavalero" is [kˌavɐlˈe͡əɹə͡ʊ], [kˌavɐlˈe‍əɹə‍ʊ], [k_ˌa_v_ɐ_l_ˈeə_ɹ_əʊ] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

Common Misspellings for CAVALERO

  • xavalero
  • vavalero
  • favalero
  • davalero
  • czvalero
  • csvalero
  • cwvalero
  • cqvalero
  • cacalero
  • cabalero
  • cagalero
  • cafalero
  • cavzlero
  • cavslero
  • cavwlero
  • cavqlero
  • cavakero
  • cavapero
  • cavaoero

Etymology of CAVALERO

The word "cavalero" originates from the Italian language, specifically from the Italian word "cavaliere", which means "knight" or "gentleman". It is derived from the Latin word "caballus", meaning "horse". In Italian, "cavalero" refers to a man who is courteous, chivalrous, or gallant. The term spread to other languages, including Spanish, Portuguese, and even English, where it has variations like "cavalier" or "cavaliere" with similar meanings.

Similar spelling words for CAVALERO

Plural form of CAVALERO is CAVALEROS


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