Salgueiros

salgueiros

What is the meaning of Salgueiro?

Nota: Para outros significados de Salgueiro, veja Salgueiro (desambiguação). Salgueiro, chorão, sinceiro, vime, vimeiro e salso são as plantas do género Salix, na família Salicaceae. É um género com perto de 400 espécies distribuídas em climas temperados e frios.

What is the difference between Salgueiro and Salix?

Em Portugal, além do salgueiro-branco, existem outras espécies de salgueiro nativas como o salgueiro-negro ( Salix atrocinerea, Brot.). O nome latino Salix, ícis (salgueiro) é um antigo panromânico - confiram-se as formas salcio (italiano antigo, salice italiano moderno), sauce (francês), salze (catalão), sauce (espanhol), sinceiro (português).

Does Salgueiros have a swimming pool?

Despite the fact that Salgueiros doesnt have a swimming pool, the water polo team, coached by Nuno Mariani, won its 12th national title in a row in 2006. After being runner-up in the 2007 championship Salgueiros renewed the national title in 2008.

What happened to Sport Clube Salgueiros?

After three years dormant, a Salgueiros team made its comeback to senior football as a new club named Sport Clube Salgueiros 08 for the 2008–09 season. However, the youth teams remained using the Sport Comércio e Salgueiros name.

What happened to Sport Clube Salgueiros?

After three years dormant, a Salgueiros team made its comeback to senior football as a new club named Sport Clube Salgueiros 08 for the 2008–09 season. However, the youth teams remained using the Sport Comércio e Salgueiros name.

What does Salgueiros stand for?

Sport Comércio e Salgueiros ( Portuguese pronunciation: [sɨˈpɔɾ kuˈmɛɾsi.u i salˈɣɐjɾuʃ] ), commonly known as simply Salgueiros, is a Portuguese multi-sports club from the city of Porto, in the northern region of the country. Founded on 8 December 1911, in the parish of Paranhos, it is mostly known for its football team.

What is Sport Comércio e Salgueiros?

From the 1930s, when the national leagues commenced, to the 1970s, Sport Comércio e Salgueiros was a mainstay of the Second Division, with the occasional participation in the First Division.

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