Díaz de Bivar

or Dí·az de Vi·var

[ dee-ahth th e vee-vahr ]
/ ˈdi ɑθ ðɛ viˈvɑr /

noun

Ro·dri·go [raw-three-gaw] /rɔˈðri gɔ/or Ruy [rwee] /rwi/. Cid, The.

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British Dictionary definitions for díaz de vivar

Díaz de Vivar
/ (Spanish ˈdiaθ dɛ biˈβar) /

noun

Rodrigo (rɔˈðriɣo). the original name of El CidSee Cid
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