ardo
(G). Water, irrigate

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  • Ardo — war von ca. 714 bis ca. 721 der letzte König der Westgoten. Da das muslimische Invasionsheer damals die Iberische Halbinsel eroberte, war Ardos Herrschaftsbereich auf einen relativ kleinen, weiterhin schrumpfenden Teil des ehemaligen… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Ardo — (or Ardonus , possibly short for Ardabastus , Ardabast ; died 720/721) was the last of all the Visigothic kings of Hispania, reigning from 713 or, more probably 714, until his death. The Visigoth kingdom was already severely reduced in area and… …   Wikipedia

  • Ardo — est un noble wisigoth qui aurait régné en Septimanie de l an 719 à 726, peut être avec l appui des berbères musulmans, qui ont franchi les Pyrénées et envahi le sud de la Gaule à partir de l an 719/720, à moins qu il ne soit resté plus ou moins… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • -ardo — ardo, a Sufijo raro de adjetivos: ‘Bastardo, gallardo’. * * * ardo, da. (De or. germ.). suf. Forma sustantivos y adjetivos, con valor aumentativo o despectivo. Moscarda, goliardo. * * * ► Sufijos de significación aumentativa o despectiva en… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • -ardo — ardo, da (De or. germ.). suf. Forma sustantivos y adjetivos, con valor aumentativo o despectivo. Moscarda, goliardo …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • Ardo — Тип Публичная компания Год основания 1968 Расположение …   Википедия

  • ardo: — (Salyan) addım. – Ardo:i bö:g olan at yegin olar …   Azərbaycan dilinin dialektoloji lüğəti

  • -ardo — àr·do suff. è presente in aggettivi qualificativi e in sostantivi animati di origine germanica (longobarda o francone; quest ultima attraverso il francese), o formati in analogia su tale modello, i quali hanno in genere connotazione negativa:… …   Dizionario italiano

  • -ardo — {{hw}}{{ ardo}}{{/hw}}suff. di agg. e sost. di valore spregiativo o che indicano una qualità negativa: beffardo, bugiardo, codardo, testardo, vegliardo …   Enciclopedia di italiano

  • Ardo Smaragdus —     Ardo Smaragdus     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Ardo Smaragdus     Hagiographer, died at the Benedictine monastery of Aniane, Herault, in Southern France, March, 843. He entered this monastery when still a boy and was bought up under the… …   Catholic encyclopedia

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