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Results for: mythological Spanish invader of Ireland, of Miletus, somebody from MiletusTranslations 1 - 30 of 269
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mythological Spanish invader of Ireland, of Miletus, somebody from MiletusMilesian
(1617-82) Bartolome Esteban (Spanish painter)Murillo
(from Spanish) male house servant; waiter; porter; assistantmozo
(Slang) person who belongs to a street gang (taken from the Spanish word loco which means crazy)loc
(Spanish) "Port" (used in names such as Puerto Rico)Puerto
(Spanish) bull, male bovinetoro
(Spanish) devil, demon, Satan, spicydiablo
(Spanish) doctor, physician, medical student (Slang)medico
(Spanish) elderly female chaperon; governess, woman guardianduenna
(Spanish) head scarf worn by women in Spain and Mexico; short cape, lace headscarf, short cloakmantilla
(Spanish) mounted man who pricks a bull in order to anger it before a bullfight, bullfighter on horsebackpicador
(Spanish) nothingnada
(Spanish) wood, timberpalo
about existence, basic unit of currency in Brazil (equal to 100 centavos), coin or bill worth a real, emphasizing truth, essential, former currency in Spanish-speaking countries, in terms of purchasing power, involving only real numbers, not artificial...real
afternoon rest, afternoon rest or nap (Spanish)siesta
aggressive woman, large tall woman; member of a race of female warriors (Greek mythology), mythological warrior, river running through northern Brazil in South America, second longest river in the world, Amazonas River; (Computers) on-line bookstore, I...Amazon
alcoholic drink made in IrelandIrish whiskey
American wild horse, breed of small horses of Spanish origin, first breed of horse used by American Indians; naval officer who was commissioned while he was enlisted (US Navy Slang)mustang
an informal name for Northern IrelandUlster
ancient Celtic national holiday celebrated in Scotland and Ireland on May 1beltane
ancient region and Roman province, corresponding approximately to present-day Portugal and the Spanish provinces of Salamanca and CáceresLusitania
anger; vexation, dandruff, Ireland, scales of hair or feathersdander
Antonio Banderas (born 1960), Spanish-born American movie actor (known for his roles in "The Mambo Kings" and "Evita")Banderas
any coin of small value; penny; worthless thing, small coin, small-minded, Spanish-American coin, trifling, trifling thing, worthless; cheap, low in value; trivialpicayune
any of a number of flowering water plants; flower which was believed to induce a state of blissful forgetfulness when eaten (Classical Mythology), lotus flower in sacred art, mythological fruit causing drowsiness, mythological plant bearing lotus fruit...lotus
artistic representation of the Roman Mythological god of love (especially in the shape of a chubby, naked baby boy), cherubic boy as symbol of lovecupid
assortment, olla, traditional Spanish and Latin American stewolla podrida
beautiful woman, mythological figureperi
betting game played with cards, forest, woods; (Spanish) card gamemonte
bitter-tasting crystalline which is the toxic active compound of the Spanish fly; anhydride of cantharic acidcantharidin
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EUdict is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in the European Community. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. For more information about the authors see Credits.

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