alborcar

alborcar v. tr. Dar ou receber por alborque. = PERMUTAR, TROCAR
  ‣ Etimologia: alborque + -ar

Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa . 2012.

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  • broker — [14] Broker has no connection with the past tense of break. It comes from Anglo Norman brocour ‘small trader’, but its ultimate origin is not clear. A variant Anglo Norman form abrocour has fuelled speculation as to a link with Spanish alboroque… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • broker — {{11}}broker (n.) late 14c., from Anglo Norm. brocour small trader, from Anglo Fr. abrokur retailer of wine, tapster; perhaps from Port. alborcar barter, but more likely from O.Fr. brocheor, from brochier to broach, tap, pierce (a keg), from… …   Etymology dictionary

  • broker — [14] Broker has no connection with the past tense of break. It comes from Anglo Norman brocour ‘small trader’, but its ultimate origin is not clear. A variant Anglo Norman form abrocour has fuelled speculation as to a link with Spanish alboroque… …   Word origins

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