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conchuda
  68

Adjective female conchudo, which has many shells or a good shell, especially in the case of animals. In America, especially in the southern cone, it is used as a macho insult against women. Big shell, scoundrel or shameless, cheek, petty, libertine. The word also has other significant nuances according to the place, as a lazy, indolent, cunning or stupid person.

"The suffix of conchuda is augmentative and therefore indicates abundance or excess of shell."

  
palladium
  806

Greek palladion. The Palladium was a wooden statue wrapped in the mystery of mythological legend, representing Palas Athena, the goddess of Athens. Others say that Athena created it in honor of his friend Pallas, daughter of Triton, who killed involuntarily working out in the fight to appear suddenly Zeus. The statue protected Troy until Ulysses and Diomedes stole it. There are many versions about their subsequent fate. The Romans used to say that Aeneas on their flight from Troy was brought to Rome and that it was kept in the Temple of Vesta, near the Tiber River.

  
apologize
  46

apologize is incorrectly written and it should be written as "it apologice" being its meaning:
1st and 3rd person singular present subjunctive or 2nd person singular imperative of the verb theorise, derived from the Greek apologeomai which means defending or defend himself, advocating by itself or by another or others. Theorise in Spanish means to speak or act on behalf of someone or something, defend, praise, praise, loar, ponder, commend, praise, do advocacy of something or someone

  
claret
  51

Relatively common catalan surname. An illustrious character of our history that led this surname was San Antonio María Claret, confessor of Queen Isabel II in the 19th century and founder of a religious congregation called popularly " the claretians " or missionaries sons of the heart of Mary, some of whose members work in Latin America, as Pedro Casaldáliga, whose work in Brazil in the context of the theology of liberation is commendable. While they wanted him to kill on more than one occasion, it has survived even though he must be very ill.

  






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