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Pronunciación (AFI):  Si puedes, ¡incorpórala!


Del francés antiguo soudier, del latín medievo soldarius, del latín tardío soldum, del latín solidus.


Singular Plural
souldiour souldiours
Grafía obsoleta de  soldier.
  • Ejemplos:
1597, Gerard Legh, The Accedence of Armorie, página №. 118:
And by the way you touched a Prince, a Souldiour of Pallas, whoſe honour you ſeem much to allowe.
1608, William Shakespeare, The History of Henry the Fourth, página №. 17:
This villanous ſaltpeter ſhould be digde,
Out of the bowels of the harmeles earth;
VVhich many a good tall fellow had deſtroide
So cowardly : and but for theſe vile guns,
He would haue beene himſelfe a ſouldiour.
1615, Robert Armin, The Valiant VVelshman, página №. 32:
The Romane Eagle hangs her haggard wings,
And all the Army’s fled;all by the ſtrength
And oppoſition of one common man,
In ſhew ,not farre ſuperiour to a Souldiour,
That’s hyred with pay, or preſt vnto the field :
But in his manly carryage,like the ſonne
Of ſome vnconquered valiant Mermedon.

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