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rápido (Adjective) "quick"

17th cent. borrowing from Latin rapidus "quick," but literally "seized," an adjective from rapere "to snatch" (see raptar).

Romance: Western Vulgar Latin: Asturian rápidu, Portuguese rápido, French rapide, Italian rapido ; Eastern Vulgar Latin: Romanian rapid

Corominas (1991) notes that rápido cannot have been borrowed earlier than the 17th cent., as the Spanish-Italian dictionary Vocabulario de las dos lenguas Italiano y Castellano by Cristóbal de las Casas (c. 1570) translates the Italian rapido as "arrebatado, ligero;" the word rapido evidently absent from his Spanish wordbank.