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furoya

sargear
  1

It is an Anglicism for the "lift" night out, especially in males who try to seduce; although the term was extended to other situations without sexual goals, simply by pleasing, getting attention from another person. The etymology is unclear, but the one I like the most is the cat of the guru about seduction Ross Jeffries, called "Sargy J. Cat" , who went out every night to look for couples and was inspired by the verb to sarge. See you get an lift.

  


New Meanings collected in the dictionary


Anónimo

zugar
  2

Suck, even if no liquid is obtained, for example a baby with the pacifier.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

volatilidad
  2

In Chemistry it eases with which a substance evaporates or converts to steam. It means quality or ability to evaporate easily. You can fly easily. In Economy is price instability in a financial market. Quality to be volatile.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

comecoco
  2

Also known as comepiojo or compiojos. It is a special bend of origami that manipulated with the fingers opens and closes, making it easier to imitate that it eats or catches lice. Person or animal that eats coconut. Pacman.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

san genadio
  2

Genadio or Genandio is a male name of Greek origin meaning well born, noble line age or race, noble man, man who loves peace. It also has Genoium as a variant. San Genadio is the name of two Constantinople Patriarchs, also that of a Benedictine Religious of Astorga and another Theologian and Religious of Marseille.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

acodo
  2

In Botany and Agronomy is a form of asexual reproduction of plants. It consists of burying a stem or branch of a plant and as soon as it acquires new roots it is cut and transplanted.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

esqueje
  2

Also called stake. It is a system of manual reproduction or propagation of plants. It consists of cutting a part of the stem or branch that has buds and is sown separately, until roots come out and transplanted. In Colombia we also say by little boy.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

sargeer
  2

I think they're asking about sargear. If so, it is the action of voluntarily confronting fears or fears, interacting with openly unknown people or the opposite sex, with the aim of acquiring experiences and skills in communication with others.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

pindingas
  2

It means bewilderment, stunning turmoil, confusion. Not knowing how to act in an unexpected situation. Lack of reaction.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

toxorhamphus
  2

It means crooked or curved beak. is the name of a genus of birds in the family Melanocharitidae. They are typical of New Guinea and are known as picabayas or picudos.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

tragopan
  1

It means it looks like a goat or like a goat. The correct or most suitable term is tragopán . It is the name of a genus of birds in the family Phasianidae. They are known as cuckold pheasants or horned pheasants (it is also one of the common names of those birds). It is found in the southern Himalayas and Southeast Asia.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

punch
  2

( Addition ) . In Colombia Punch, it was also the name of a great television programmer.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

achalinus
  1

It is the name of a genus of snakes in the family Xenodermidae. They are characterized by having skin of rare colors (bright and colorful). It is found in Southeast Asia.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

diabaso
  2

In the Philippines it's a surname. It is also a genus of diptera insects (ebony, muskets). Its type species is the diacanee or ebony of the Carolina. It is also one of the common names of an acantoptereric marine fish (which has fins with spines).

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

fagédico
  2

It means gangrenous or ulcerative. Patient suffering from ulcers or gangrene. It is usually a complication of diabetic patients. He has wounds that don't heal him.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

tregellasia
  2

Dedicated to Tregell, by Tregell. Tregell is a surname of a naturalist scientist. It is a genus of birds in the family Petroicidae. They are known as Australian petroans or robins.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

toxostoma
  2

It means with the stomach or the crooked belly. In Botany it is one of the names of a disease that gives to corn cobs, by which it produces fewer grains and the tusa is crooked. It is caused by a fungus ( Ustilago maydis ). Despite this, it is edible and very desirable in Mexico, where it is called huitlacoche or cuitlacoche. Although in Mexico it is considered a delicacy, in the rest of countries we consider it a pest. Toxostoma, in Ornitology, is also a genus of birds in the family Mimidae, known as sinsontes or cuckoos.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

sisigambis
  1

Name of a Persian queen. Mother of Darius III Codoman who was the last king of Persia, defeated by Alexander the Great. Sisigambis was protected by Alexander, until his death. She subsequently died of dying.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

punchi
  2

In Mexico it is a sweet made with blue corn, milk, sugar, vanilla and cinnamon. it can also be a preparation of liquor and beaten eggs that is also called punch or punch.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

punche
  2

It's the same as punche or punch. It is a Mexican sweet made with milk, blue corn, cinnamon, vanilla and sugar. It can also be a smoothie of eggs, sugar and liquor.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

trachiphonus
  2

Trachyphonus is best indicated. It means neck or short throat. It is a genus of birds in the family Lybiidae. They are known as African beards. They're insectivores.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

vacinosis
  1

It's a medical term. It may be an allergic reaction to a vaccine. It can also be a vaginal infection caused by excessive sweating or summer heat. Vaginosis or vaginal mycosis . Inflammation or irritation of the vulva caused by bacteria.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

falacrose
  2

It means hair loss or hair loss. Baldness, alopecia.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

ser pusilánime
  3

Short character. It means frail, delicate, cowardly, timid, scary, shy, pelele, shy, lazy.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

padiola
  2

In ancient times it was a wagon or wheelbarrow in which manure was transported. It can also mean stretcher, walks or parihuela.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

pulcata
  2

Place where they sell fermented medel, pulques. Sale of pulque . The term is used in Mexico City DF.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

puc paak
  2

It can mean in the mixtec language hill or heap of nopal . In Mexico is the name of a sweet made with pumpkin seeds.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

tricholaema
  1

It means it has hairs or fringes. It is the name of a genus of birds in the family Lybiidae. They are known as bearded.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

trichastoma
  2

It means with hairs, beards or fringes on the stomach. It is a genus of birds in the family Pellorneidae. They are typical of Sulawesi and Sonda Islands. They're called tordines.

  

GARCÍA ALBERTO

arnillos
  2

rings-belonging to the expression : fish of the Antilles, similar to the barber but his body is not crushed-

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

trichoglossus
  1

It means talkative with fringes or wicks. Hairy parrots, crespos or frlecs. It is a genus of birds in the family Psittacidae. They are known as loris.

  

GARCÍA ALBERTO

zaborrero
  2

Zaborrero-refers to the expression : sloppy and unskilled operator, which ends the work wrong. -

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

hexaptérigo
  2

It means six wings. Six-a-sided angel. It is also a kind of cameldula or reliquary used by the Greeks.

  

GARCÍA ALBERTO

acodillarse
  3

cinder-eyed-refers to the expression : to sicken a cavalry-

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

borrera
  2

Woman who executes or punishes with the death penalty. Executioner woman (verduga) . Penca verduga or strap to whip the donkeys. Name of a genus of plants in the rubiaceae family. Relative to donkeys or erases. Footprint or stain that leave the erases.

  

GARCÍA ALBERTO

acofrar
  2

atorifrate-refers to the expression: in one of its meanings, to work a field so that the earth form lomos-

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

bosa
  2

In Colombia is the name of a former municipality annexed to the Special District of Bogotá, today it is a sector and a neighborhood of Bogotá. Many years ago it ceased to be a municipality and only exists as Mayor Minor or Locality. Type of string used in navigation . It is also the name of an Italian municipality in Sardinia, in the Province of Oristan.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

bos
  2

It is the name of a genus of mammals in the Family Bovidae. To him belong the oxen and the domestic cows. Last name of a Botanic and Dutch rowing athlete, named Jan Justus Bos. His surname is used in botanical terms.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

bosorola
  2

It is another way of calling the precipitate, cuncho, sediment, erases or seat.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

borrilla
  2

Lamb lanugo. Immature hairs of a lamb. Wool or sheep fluff. It can also be diminutive of eraser.

  

Margarito Cazares Guerrero

uds
  2

It's the abbreviation for the word you guys

  

furoya

percatable
  3

It would be something as perceptible, of what one can perceive or can perceive; but in Spanish it is not used.

  

furoya

fuerte
  2

It has strength. It can have features of sturdy, hard, powerful, sturdy. As a noun is a fortified building, walled and prepared for its defense.

  

furoya

desmontaje
  2

Unarmed with a montage.

  

furoya

línea
  3

1st_ Stripe , indefinite and consecutive succession of points . 2nd_ Series , row . 3o_ Silhouette , figure, according to an established standard . 4th_ Length measurement . 5th_ Female Line .

  

furoya

agónico
  2

Relative to agony or the agony.

  

furoya

pentatónico
  1

Five-tone, it is usually used in music with a scale of five heights or tones. From Greek 960; 949; 957; 964; 949; (pente "five" ) 964; 959; 957; 959; 962; ( tones "tensed like a string, toned, strong" ) .

  

furoya

sargear
  1

It is an Anglicism for the "lift" night out, especially in males who try to seduce; although the term was extended to other situations without sexual goals, simply by pleasing, getting attention from another person. The etymology is unclear, but the one I like the most is the cat of the guru about seduction Ross Jeffries, called "Sargy J. Cat" , who went out every night to look for couples and was inspired by the verb to sarge. See you get an lift.

  

furoya

añango
  2

It is "ant" in Quechua, and the common name of these bugs in some areas of America. It's also a way to refer to a child or something small.

  

furoya

olovorgo
  3

It's a way of writing "to the cock!" avoiding censorship on social media. See you go cock, dick.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

espurio
  1

It means illegitimate, bastard, fraudulent, fake, fake, adulterated. It's not original or it's not authentic.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

deliquio
  2

It means fading, temporary loss of value or mood. Loss of force or energy. Lack of vigour. Very intense joy, euphoria, ecstasy, tucking.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

tenería
  2

Place where the leather is tyed or dyed. Curtiembre , place where the leathers are tanned. Tannery can also be used.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

estrés
  2

It means tension, anxiety, nervousness, restlessness, exhaustion. It is a mood that reflects nerves or exhaustion.

  

V.M. Hjor Ku Xoans

preterito perfecto simple
  2

Simple perfect preterite : idiom or way of talking about something in the past time, using the auxiliary verb 'have' before a participle, to refer to something that may be happening in the present time. So : Auxiliary Word Participle Present . Example : -"everyone has seen how to sing" . Simple perfect preterite-time idiom differs from COMPOSED mode, in the explicit use of time in the main verb. Example : - "all HAN - SEE That I SING in the mornings".

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

empantanamiento
  3

It means staying in one place without being able to move forward. Skating, stopping.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

estereoscopios
  2

It is an optical device that is used to make photointerpretation. This device consists of two lenses placed at an ideal distance to allow a binocular view of maps which gives a feeling of relief or three-dimensional vision. There are different shapes and sizes. It is a device similar to 3D glasses.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

cojoyo
  2

It means it causes anger or moletia. It means annoying, tired, annoying, uncomfortable.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

ocurso
  2

It means encounter, shock, confrontation. It comes from the Latin word occursus . It can also be considered as synonymous with demand, request, order, order, request, request.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

jitanjáfora
  2

Words or expressions invented for poetic purposes.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

thamnolaea
  1

It means he lives in the bushes or the stubble. It is the name of a genus of birds in the family Muscicapidae.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

thalurania
  2

It rests on the heel. It is the name of a genus of birds in the family Trochilidae. They are known as hummingbirds, tominejos, buzzers or quinchas.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

brachyurophis
  3

Short-tailed snakes. Blunt tail. It is a genus of venomous snakes in the family Elapidae. They are only found in Australia.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

escincomorfos
  2

It has the shape of a skinco or a sly. Real lizards. They belong to the Infraorder or Superfamily Scincomorpha of reptiles.

  

Claudia labrin gonzalez

pindingas
  2

Ready to go, ready

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

bothrops
  2

He's got fosetas on his face. He has eyes, pits on his face. With holes in the face. It is the name of a genus of very venomous snakes in the family Viperidae. In Colombia they are listed as fournarices, mapans or rotdoras.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

brachyorrhos
  1

Short tail or butt. it is a genus of species in the family Homalopsidae. Only found in East Timor and the Moluccas Islands.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

bothrochilus
  2

It means very large fosetas. is the name of a genus of large snakes belonging to the Pythonidae family. It is known as water python, white-lipped water python.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

aulophyseter
  2

It means laughing sperm whale, sperm whale that laughs or shows teeth. It is a genus of extinct sperm whales that lived in the Miocene.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

astrohippus
  1

Star horse. It was the name of an extinct equine that lived in the Miocene and the pliocene.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

atheris
  2

In Greek it means atheist. Without God. It is the name of a genus of African venomous snakes in the family Viperidae.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

allodesmus
  1

It means the same as another. It is the name of a genus of seals very similar to the current ones that lived in the Miocene.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

aguascalientia
  2

It means Aguascalientes ( Mexico). Name of an extinct American camel of little, which existed in the Miocene.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

raki
  2

It is the name of an aniseed liqueur of Turkish origin. It is used as an appetizer.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

aldabrachelys
  2

It means tortoise or giant tortoise from Aldabra (Aldabra is the name of a Seychelles island in the Indian Ocean). It is the name of a genus of giant turtles.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

testudínidos
  2

It means they have a shell or carapace. It is the Castilian name of Testudinidae, which is the genus of herbivorous terrestrial turtles.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

diardigallo
  2

It means arched-tailed pheasant. It is the genus of pheasants found in Indochina.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

elápidos
  2

is the Spanishization of the term Elapidae. It's the name of a family of poisonous snakes.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

agámidos
  2

It is the castilianization of the term Agamidae. It's the name of a family of scaly reptiles or lizards.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

dragón
  2

A species of lizard that has folds of skin on the sides of the abdomen that, when peeled, serve as parachutes in long jumps. Flying lizard. Mythical and fabulous animal that fires through its jaws. Name of a rocket manufactured in France. Name of a Constellation and a sign of the Chinese Zodiac .

  

GARCÍA ALBERTO

acodo
  2

aelbow-refers to the expression : highlight of a dovela, which extends below the dovela itself

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

acutotyphlops
  1

Rated blind snakes. It is a genus of blind snakes belonging to the family Typhlopidae.

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

acanthosaura
  2

Reptile with thorns. It is a class of reptiles in the family of iguanas belonging to the Agamidae family.

  

GARCÍA ALBERTO

zabilas
  2

zabilas-belonging to the expression : plant of the lynaceous family, originating in Africa, woody, of large and fleshy leaves, arranged in rosettes, with a thorn at its end and thorny edges, tubulous flowers-

  

GARCÍA ALBERTO

acción real
  2

real action-refers to the expression: procedural tool to protect real rights through the judicial declaration of their existence, of their membership in a particular person, or by providing the judge with his full exercise-

  

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

ablepharus
  2

It means without eyelids, which lacks eyelids. It is the name of a genus of lizards in the family Scincidae.

  

GARCÍA ALBERTO

acodician
  1

greed-refers to the expression: they ignite in desire or greed of something-

  

GARCÍA ALBERTO

acodillan
  2

aqueillan-refers to the expression : bend forming elbow, ordinately metal objects-the roofers elbow the nails to place on the beams-

  

Anónimo

auto-retráctil
  2

Error by 'self-retracting', which would be properly constructed but still is a neologism not incorporated by the RAE, in addition to redundancy in most cases because if something "retracts" it is with its own mechanism.

  

Anónimo

negrifa
  3

It can be a bold error. See also bold .

  

Anónimo

bacata
  2

It can be a mistake by bacatá, bachata, cheap, pacata (pacato),

  

Anónimo

sieno
  2

It can be a mistake for siene, siena, sileno, sorry (feel),

  

Anónimo

pentatoncai
  2

Surely it is 'pentatonic' with a changed 'i'. See pentatonic .

  

Anónimo

irar
  2

I guess they won't have been confused with the Portuguese dictionary, so if it's not an acronym it must be a mistake.

  

Anónimo

sargeer
  1

It must be poorly written sargear, although no one says that these Castilianized verbs must be in the first conjugation.

  

Felipe Lorenzo del Río

san genadio
  3

Genadio de Astorga, San Juanacio . Benedictine hermitage, bishop of Astorga in the early 10th century and founder of several monasteries in the Bierzo area. The cave of San Genadio is located near Peñalba de Santiago in the Valley of Silence at the foot of the Aquilanos Mountains. We have a beautiful country and we don't know it!

  

Anónimo

taratines
  1

It can be a mistake by the plural of tarantín.

  

Felipe Lorenzo del Río

mazaroca
  2

In my asturleonesa land and also in Galicia so call the yarn of wool or linen rolled in the spindle of the wheel, which when taken out is in the shape of a cob. The women enlisted in the previous generations made every night several macerocas on the long winter nights. They frequently wet their fingers with saliba every time they pulled the flake of the wheel to form the thread in the mace. The term is also used as a somewhat derogatory male and female adjective to designate the person to be achaparrada, low and somewhat fat.

  

Anónimo

foyon
  3

Probably a mistake for the fuss.

  

Anónimo

comecoco
  2

Although I do not know the reason, in Spanish there is only the form comecocos .

  

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