Translation of palatinate in Spanish:


palatinado, n.

Pronunciation /pəˈlætnˌeɪt/ /pəˈlætɪnət/ /pəˈlatɪnət/

See Spanish definition of palatinado


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    palatinado masculine
    • For centuries it was a palatinate under the jurisdiction of the bishop.
    • The county was made palatinate under the Earl of Chester, a title that now belongs to the Prince of Wales.
    • A rival duchy, the House of Bavaria, schemes to use him against the House of Baden to gain possession of the treasured ‘Baden palatinate.’
    • Maryland was by its charter erected into a palatinate after the model of the palatinate of Durham in England.
    • Officially it had been referred to as a palatinate from the fifteenth century, because of its special role as the inherited land and patrimony of the Grand Duke.