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Accepted meanings63
Obtained votes0257
Votes by meaning0253
Inquiries16410
Queries by meaning27253
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fossil
  42

Petrified. Something that I'm like stone, but retaining its shape, by the effect of volcanic lava.

  
distemper
  24

Desculado. Someone who is sitting very often. You suffer from Distemper, you're like the animals. Desculao! (Cats and dogs suffer, to the not be vaccinated on time against this disease, and creep. )

  
alamos
  27

Trees. That its wood is of very poor quality, because it is too fragil.2-Los Alamos. It was a concentration camp. In Chile.

  
lambie
  25

Action of licking.

  
paratroops
  21

PARACAIDISTAS.¿Paracaidistas, is the nickname given to people who come to a meeting.? Dinner. Birthday. Wedding. Any activity, where there is food, wine, dancing, and fun, free. They are named after ¿Paracaidistas.¿( they have not been invited, and will drop )

  
paratroops
  25

Anti-paratroop. do do 40? GUAÑACA;?Anti - paratroop )In rural areas is used much when he sacrificed a pig, get many guests, 40 and 41 paratroopers; and among the delicacies which are prepared, is the do roll do forms with long pieces of meat and seasoned very tasty Bacon with spices and Chili, ( spicy )?? in the stock remaining ( is missing after you take the roll ) Onion, flour, toasted wheat, and so this is as a very rich puree, 40 and 41 filler; then gets to roast meat, sausage, chicharrones, which is very little they eat the do guests do because already this satisfied with a dish of rica.?? GUAÑACA DO??

  






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