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infante

[ in-fan-tey ]
/ ɪnˈfæn teɪ /
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noun
any son of the king of Spain or of Portugal who is not heir to the throne.
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Origin of infante

1545–55; <Spanish or Portuguese; see infant
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British Dictionary definitions for infante

infante
/ (ɪnˈfæntɪ) /

noun
(formerly) a son of a king of Spain or Portugal, esp one not heir to the throne

Word Origin for infante

C16: from Spanish or Portuguese, literally: infant
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