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estado m. (Noun) "state;" "state of being"

13th cent. From Latin status 'id.,' from stare "to stand" (see estar).

Romance: Western Vulgar Latin: Asturian estáu, Portuguese estado, Galician estado, Catalan estat, French état, Italian stato; Eastern Vulgar Latin: Romanian stat; Sardinian: istadu