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What does Esposo mean?
Reverse translation for esposo spouse – cónyuge. wife – esposa, mujer.
What is the feminine word for Esposo?
Meanings of “feminine plural of esposo” in Spanish English Dictionary : 1 result(s)
What does Futuro Esposo mean in English?
Speaking. 1. Speaking. mi futuro esposo. my future wife/husband.
What does the word Tio mean in English?
Tio/Tia” What does it mean and how is it used? While these literally mean “uncle,” and “aunt,” they’re also used informally to generally refer to another person.
What’s the difference between Hermosa and Bonita?
Bonita is closer to beautiful, lindo to cute or nice, and hermosa to gorgeous. All three can be said about people, pets, or things, but hermosa in particular can carry a note of seduction or sexuality, depending on the situation.
What language is Mi Amore?
To call someone “my love” in Spanish, you can say mi amor.
What does the Spanish word Merida mean?
noun. suntan (sense 2) [appar. after mérida, Mexico] Word Frequency.
What is the Spanish word for husband and wife the plural form )?
Husband/s = esposo/esposos, or marido/maridos. Wife/wives = esposa/esposas (but note the caution that ‘esposas’ can also = handcuffs, mind the context), or mujer/mujeres. Husband and wife = el esposo y la esposa = los esposos (Which is also the plural of esposo.
What do Chiquita mean in English?
a female given name: from a Spanish word meaning “small.”
What is Primo short for?
|PRIMO||Peer-Reviewed Instructional Materials Online|
|PRIMO||Pollutant Responses in Marine Organisms (international symposium)|
|PRIMO||Polar Remote Interactive Marine Observatory (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)|
Can you call a girl Bonita?
In English, this word would be ‘pretty’ or ‘lovely’. If you want to call a girl beautiful, ‘Bonita’, is probably one of your best options. ‘Bonita’ is not only widely used in Spanish speaking countries, but also it’s a loving word.
What does it mean if a guy calls you Mamacita?
The literal translation of mamacita is “little mother” but the figurative and more accurate translation is “hot momma.” The moniker is never really used to describe an actual mother, a genuine mamá or mamita. Instead, the word is inextricably linked to a man’s perception of a woman as an object of sexual desire.