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caxlanes
  2

See caxlan

  
caxlan
  3

Voice of origin Tzotzil (Mayan) that use indigenous to appoint those who do not speak your language, white or mestizo. Although it has no tilde, pronounced "caxlan".

  
pedorra
  2

Feminine of fart.

  
pedorro
  2

Lunfardo uses as of poor quality, berreta, that is not worth what I should be. The origin is in the pure-blooded Spanish pedurro ("ludicrous, presumptuous") mixed with fart, to make it more unpleasant. A possible etymology is a disparaging (gemstone), when it was false but it is displayed as authentic. It is also someone who is fart. See pedorrear.

  
pedo
  2

1 _ Fatulencia, wind expelled by the year of the gases produced by the degradation of food. It is a vulgar word that comes from the latin pedere ("peer, pedar"). 2nd _ drunkenness; from a misreading of the old Spanish embebdarse ("embedded") used as a euphemism for "drink alcohol", which later became empedar is and was associated with peer, where it supposed to fart as etimo. 3rd _ as something fast, which may have Latin origin of pedis ("foot", by the race), but safer is as quick as a fart. 4th _ like all dirty word, is a wildcard to vulgarize any expression.

  
autófago
  2

Process by which the parties already useless of a cell are encapsulated and recycled instead of excreted. From the Greek x3B1; x3C5; x3C4; x3BF; x3C2; (cars, "by itself") x3C6; x3B1; x3B3; x3B5; x3B9; x3BD; (fagein, "to eat"). See Autophagy, autocanibalismo.

  
atascarse
  2

Pronominal verb form jam.

  
catastrofe
  3

See catastrophe.

  
capilla ardiente
  2

Place where to rest the deceased before his funeral and burial. It's '' Chapel '' because the bereaved pray there for him, and is "burning" because it is customary to illuminate it lighting candles (although today use less risky luminaires).

  
estar en capilla
  2

Verge of punishment and monitored to control behavior. The expression originates from the ancient tradition of locking inmates in an oratory or chapel so pray for his soul the night before his execution.

  
capilla
  2

It is a place for retreat and prayer for various cults, mainly Catholic. Account a legend that St. Martín de Tours offered half of his cloak to a leper to Harbor him in his youth, and that that night Jesus appeared to recognize him his good work, and that led him to convert to Christianity. Its short coat (a ' Chapel') became relic, and placed in military tents and rooms of Palace where you could pray, which by Synecdoche gave the name to these and all other oratorical rooms. See be in Chapel, Chapel burning.

  
adornóse
  2

See decorating

  
guisólo
  2

See stew

  
primípara
  5

To stop breeding for the first time, having their first pregnancy or pregnancy. From the latin parere ("first") primus ("stand").

  
primíparo
  3

Masculinization of primipara, used as a trope that is rhetorical, since (almost) any male offspring stop. You can call and who gets a great achievement with great effort for the first time.

  
ovovivíparo
  3

Animal have their young in eggs, but it incubates them inside their body until they are developed and then are born alive. From the latin ovum ("egg") vivus ("living") parere ("stand").

  
ovoviviparo
  3

See ovoviviparous.

  
que significa microfauna
  3

See microfauna

  
se agrio
  3

See, I know, sour.

  
gemelas
  3

Feminine plural of twin.

  






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