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borophagus
  3

It means you eat too much. Gloton dining room, which eats by gula, tragon. It was a kind of prehistoric dog from North America. It existed in the Miocene and pliocene.

  
catarín
  3

In Spain (Canary Islands) it is a surname. It is a way of calling the catarinas, sanantones, coquitos or ladybugs. They are useful insects to agriculture as they are used in health control. belong to the Coccinellidae family. Colloquial way to call a taster.

  
valpróico
  4

It is the name of an acid ( Valproic Acid ). In Pharmaceutical Chemistry, it is a medicine for the control of epilepsy. It is also called valproate or sodium valproate or magnesium valproate. Regularizes mood.

  
boreostemma
  2

It means boreal ancestors. That your family tree is Boreal, that its origin is Boreal. It is the name of a genus of South American Glyptodonts. They were similar to the current armadillos. It is found in Grupo Honda ( Colombia) formations.

  
apanizada
  2

In Agriculture it means very dense, very bushy, referring to cereal that is born very grouped because of having used too much seed during planting.

  
ausonio
  2

It's a male name. Name of the father of San Paulino de Nola. The name is of Greek and Roman origin. Ausonio was the name of a Roman poet, writer and politician, whose full name was Tenth Great Ausonius; this in turn was the son of a doctor of Greek origin named Julio Ausonio. A variant of the name is Ausón . The name Ausonio means that it comes from Ausonia, an Italian city (and ancient region) in the present-day province of Frosinone (Lazio Region). Ausonia (land of ausons) is believed to have been one of the first names italy received.

  
lampio
  2

It's a rare male name. It was the name of a Bishop of Catalonia. The name is believed to be of Greek origin, variant of Olympia and indicates that it comes from Olympia.

  
borhyaena
  1

It means voracious hyena. it is the genus name of extinct marsupials that lived in the Cenozoic in South America.

  
peterete
  3

It means petty thief, rascal, thief, thief. It is the nickname of the companion of El Chómpiras in the comedy Los Caquitos. It also means comelon, which likes sweets, sweets.

  
birgerbohlinia
  2

Birger's animal, which eats everything. It is the name given to extinct mammals very similar to today's giraffes.

  
desverijado
  3

It means bad-dressed or bad-slap. Poorly protected in noble parts, when referring to a boxer, fighter or martial arts practitioner who must protect his testicles from a bad blow. injured or injured in the warboards or noble parts.

  
matemáticos
  2

Mathematician plural . People who have studied pure mathematics or mathematics. A person who makes calculations, and handles arithmetic with property. Algebrista. In Colombia it is used as a synonym for accuracy, accuracy, punctuality, rigor. Accurate, accurate, punctual, rigorous.

  
chombo
  2

In the southern part of Mexico and especially in the states of Tabasco and Campeche is a way of calling the hen, that the scavenger bird of scientific name Coragyps atratratus, of the family Cathartidae. It is also known by the names of golero, zopilote, pimp, guala, jote, black vulture, samuro, nopo, sucha, urubu, zoncho, guaraguao.

  
sucho
  2

It is a way of calling the hen, which the scavenger bird of scientific name Coragyps atratus, of the family Cathartidae. It is also known by the names of golero, zopilote, pimp, guala, jote, black vulture, samuro, chombo, nopo, urubu, zoncho, guaraguao.

  
jote
  2

In Chile it is a way of calling the hen, which is a scavenger bird of scientific name Coragyps atratus, of the family Cathartidae. It is also known by the names of Golero, zopilote, pimp, guala, vulture negro, samuro , nopo , sucha , urubu. Chombo. zoncho, guaraguao.

  
es el colmo
  3

It means excess, exaggeration, undueness, abuse, outrage, arbitrariness, injustice. It means that it exceeds any permitted measure.

  
zoncho
  2

In Costa Rica it means hen, the scavenger bird of scientific name Coragyps atratus, of the family Cathartidae. It is also known by the names of Golero, Zopilote, pimp, cool, jote, black vulture, samuro, nopo, sucha, urubu. Chombo. Guaraguao. They also call zonchoi who wears black or who is very nosy.

  
samuro
  2

In Colombia and Venezuela it is another way of calling the hen, which is a scavenger bird of scientific name Coragyps atratus, of the family Cathartidae. It is also known by the names of Golero, zopilote, pimp, cool, jote, black vulture, nopo, sucha, urubu. Chombo. zoncho, guaraguao. It is also valid zamuro.

  
chulo
  3

In Colombia it is another way of calling the hen, which is a scavenger bird of scientific name Coragyps atratus, of the family Cathartidae. It is also known by the names of Golero, zopilote, guala , jote , black vulture , nopo , sucha , urubu. Chombo. zoncho, guaraguao. It is also valid zamuro.

  
cenotafios
  3

Cenotaph plural . It means empty tomb or funeral monument erected in the name of someone deceased. Empty crypt.

  






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