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vienna
  4

Name of several cities in the United States. One belongs to Fairfax County, in the State of Virginia, another to Dooly County, State of Georgia. one more to Johnson County in the State of Illinois. Another city called Vienna, is from Maries County, Missouri. Another one is from Wood County. State of West Virginia. In addition there are many towns and localities with that name throughout the country, perhaps because of Vienna, the Capital of Austria. The word is of Celtic origin meaning peak or peak (also white city).

  
tucumano
  4

It means native of Tucumán, it can be referring to both the City, and the Province of Argentina. Relative to Tucumán . Nickname of many Argentine footballer born in that region. Nickname of Argentine footballer José Luís Cruz Romano, who played for River Plate and several Colombian teams.

  
nuba
  3

Name of an African people composed of several ethnic groups settled in Kordofan, also called Kurdufan, a Province of Central Sudan.

  
amunvaka
  2

It is one of the names given to an Amazonian indigenous people scattered on the border between Brazil and Peru. It is also called the language they speak. Another of the names they receive are Amahuaca or Yora.

  
ergativo
  4

In Linguistics it is the type of language or language, in which the subject is marked with differences, depending on whether it appears next to a transitive verb or an intransitive one. It is a characteristic of several languages or languages such as Basque, Mayan or Pano (Amahuaca or Yora).

  
johanna
  3

It means full of Grace. It is a woman's name of Hebrew origin (after John). It is a Germanic variant of Joan.

  
paliza
  3

It means very strong punishment. Beating, mute, zurra, fuetera. In sports slang, triumph by very bulky score. It can refer to various sports such as football, baseball, basketball.

  
chaufa
  2

In gastronomy it is the name in Peru of a dish of Chinese origin. It means fried rice (derived from Chow Fan). It is made with rice, vegetables, minced meats, eggs and chives.

  
capillita
  4

Diminutive of chapel, small chapel. Oratory. Name given to a very devout parishioner. Group of people of deep religious beliefs. Rezanderos, cofrades.

  
tabacales
  3

Plural of tabacal . It refers to tobacco crops. Tobacco sown.

  
escopolamina
  3

It is the name of a powerful substance of the group of alkaloids. It is also known as burundanga or hyoscine. It can be obtained from several plants of the Solanaceae family, including belladonna, beleño, mandrágora or sabanero cocoa. In Colombia it is extracted mainly from sabanero cocoa, angel trumpet or burundanga. It has medical uses in very low doses, but its excess bends the mind and can cause death.

  
la victoria
  3

Roman goddess who personifies triumph. She was the daughter of Styx, an Oceanid and sister of Potestas, Vis and Invidia. Name of an asteroid, named after the Roman goddess. In Colombia it is the name of a municipality of the Department of Caldas, the name of a locality of the Municipality of El Colegio (or Mesitas del Colegio), in the Department of Cundinamarca and that of a Barrio del Sur of Bogotá.

  
borracheras
  2

Plural of drunkenness . In Colombia it means dizziness, dizziness, dizziness, fainting, fainting, fainting. It is also the product of having taken liquor on several occasions: drunkenness, peas,, drunkenness, Turkish, raw, beodeces.

  
anonillo
  2

Also called anonymium or Amazonian anon is a variety of anon smaller than the current. Mountain anon, tree and its fruit. It is a tree of the family Annonaceae. Its scientific name is Rollinia mucosa.

  
anón
  2

It is the name of a small tropical tree and its fruit. It belongs to the Annonaceae family. Her scientific name is Annona squamosa. Other names it receives are: ates , kidney , anona , saramuyo . Its fruit is covered with fleshy and hard scales and its internal pulp is white and very sweet.

  
ates
  4

It is the name of a small tropical tree and its fruit. It belongs to the Annonaceae family. Her scientific name is Annona squamosa. Other names it receives are: anon , kidney , anona , saramuyo . Its fruit is covered with fleshy and hard scales and its internal pulp is white and very sweet.

  
guanaba
  2

In Colombia it is the fruit of the tree of a tree that we also call soursop. The scientific name of the tree is Annona muricata and it belongs to the Annonaceae family. It also receives the names of catuche, guanabana, graviola, masasamba.

  
graviola
  2

In Colombia it is the fruit and a tree. The scientific name of the tree is Annona muricata and it belongs to the Annonaceae family. It also receives the names of catuche, guanaba, soursop, masasamba.

  
yaca
  1

It is another way of calling in the Antilles the soursop, a tropical fruit with white pulp. In Colombia it is the fruit of the soursop tree. The scientific name of the tree is Annona muricata and it belongs to the Annonaceae family. It also receives the names of catuche, guanaba, graviola, masasamba. It is also called the Indian yaca.

  
chirimoya
  3

In Colombia it is the name of a tree and its fruits. It belongs to the Annonaceae family. Her scientific name is Annona cherimola. The word cherimoya is of Quechua origin means of cold seeds (muya) (chiri). It differs from the anon by having a very soft, thin and fragile shell, in addition to lacking scales and on the contrary has small and continuous circular hollows. Its taste is also very exquisite.

  






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