The Brazilian Legend (Pele)
Pele’s name is going to be in the Portuguese dictionary.
The name of the legendary Brazilian football player appears in the Brazilian Michaelis dictionary of the Portuguese language. At the Pakaembu Summit on Wednesday, the brand-new entry in the dictionary was out.
“Pele is an exceptional individual who is not comparable to anyone or anything. Like Pele, it is a result of his virtues, worth, or superiority.
Pele’s name appears in the Brazilian Portuguese language dictionary. Meanings: “exceptional,” “unrivaled”
The Brazilian Legend, Pele’s name to be listen In the Portuguese dictionary
The three-time World Cup winner’s name is included as a new adjective to the Portuguese edition of the Michaelis dictionary.
The Pele Foundation and Sportv collaborated earlier this month to launch the “Pele in the Dictionary” campaign. They published the book in to honor and recognize his contributions to a variety of fields outside of sport.
With over 100,000 signatures, the name of the former player, who died in December, is now in the dictionary.
“pe.lé® adj m+f sm+f m+f m+f m+f m+f m+f m” The definition of “that” or “someone who is out of the ordinary. According to the dictionary entry, it is who cannot be in comparison to anything or anyone, just like Pelé. The dictionary made its debut on Wednesday at the Pacaembu Summit Sports event.
“Edson’s nickname Arantes do Nascimento (1940-2022), regarded as the greatest athlete of all time; exceptional, incomparable, and one-of-a-kind.”
He is Pele in basketball, she is Pele in tennis, she is Pele in Brazilian dramaturgy, and he is Pele in medicine.”
Michaelis has already made the plaque that Pele’s family received along with the entry available online. Future editions will also contain the market’s definitive edition of the dictionary.
“The Pele campaign in the dictionary is one of the most creative in which we have ever been involved… The inclusion of his name in the dictionary is an important part of his legacy. It will keep Pele alive forever,” said Joe Fraga, executive director of the Pele Foundation.