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ostomía
Medical term derived from colostomy, Gastrostomy or other - stomia, derived in turn from stoma stomatos, mouth, opening in Greek. Surgical procedure of opening of an artificial opening into some organ carrier of waste items into our body, such as stomach, some area of the bowel, bladder, or the lungs, for proper hygienic disposal.
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cepitilla
Also pepitilla. Thus calls simple people, especially in the area Center of Spain and particularly women, the Center for female pleasure, to the nugget to the clitoris. Also called potorro foreign females.
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ir a mi, tu, su aire
Go to the rhythm of each one to act, behave your way and manner. People say: go to your ball, do the things like God gives you to understand, as you seem well, pursuant to its style and habit. The expression defines most of behaviour than how to do. For this reason it is not so much do what give you the win as acting as seemeth him good.
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quitón
Expanding something the contribution of Fede, also chiton or jiton from the Greek chiton chitonos, tunic of the ancient Greece of wool or linen in the early days cutting ( Doric chiton ) and after long ( 41 Ionic chiton; used both by men and women, with possible ornaments geometrical and tied at the waist with large folds using a belt
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himatión
Diminutive of heimatos heima, dress, cloak. Mantle large, quadrangular and enveloping of the ancient Greece, made of wool, linen or byssus, used by men and women on the chiton or without it. When used without a chiton, they called it aquiton. The Romans called it pallium or palla in women, palio dyed with different colors and ended up replacing the robe for your convenience.
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bulla
Bulla - ae, small ball or Medallion of gold or other material that the Roman patricians were hung to the neck on the toga Toga praetexta up to sixteen years as an amulet of good luck.
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palleta
Union of two small and thin sheets of 40 common Reed; arundo donax ) attached to the nozzle of the pointer, vibrating blowing bagpipes blowing in a sad and pleasant way.
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mollar a palleta
Galician expression. Wet the chanter Reed, i.e., drinking to be possible wine or beer or outra cousa, because blowing bagpipes gives very thirsty. You can also refer to the need to maintain humid the bagpipe chanter Reed sounds and keep better.
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ser una gaita
Being from a somewhat comical matter or a matter complicated and difficult to manage.
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ao lonxe
In Galician, in background, in the distance, far in the distance, on the horizon. Romeiro ao lonxe ( Pilgrim far ) , beautiful song of Luar na Lubre, a Galician version of the English Scarborough fair.
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