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vecería
  2

Word derived from time to time. Quality of vehicle, adjective applicable to persons who save time or shift to exercise a position, purchase or any other activity. Plants are also said to alternate more fruiting frequently every two years, as is often the case with olive trees.

  
vecera
  2

Female vecero adjective. In my asturleonesa land, as a noun equivalent to vecería, vacada or gathering of all duty-free cows ( wastelands) in a place to graze in the communal areas, cared for on the road or by shift by the neighbors or parishioners depending on their property . Elsewhere the same was done with non-transhumante sheep, mares, donkeys or pigs during the summer, more or less, from early May to San Miguel. Then, as Joaquín Díaz collected, it was sung: "The shepherds are already going to the Extremadura; already stays the saws sad and dark. The shepherds are leaving, they are leaving; more than four lags are left crying. . . "

  
vulneraria
  3

From Latin vulnus vúlneris, wound. Anthyllis infringing, small leguminous plant, grass of the slash, Garbancillo, Cat's claw, used in the traditional medicine especially in poultice for its function hemostasis, cicatrizant and antiseptic. Female adjective of infringing that is said of any remedy to cure wounds, cuts, burns, grains, chafing or cracks of the skin. Plants used for this purpose have been hypericum, Arnica, Yarrow, plantain, flaxseed, marigold, mallow, Marshmallow, chamomile, horsetail, etc.

  
los diggers
  3

Diggers. English radical political and religious movement of the mid-SEVENTEENTH century, initiated by Gerrard Winstanley and other companions who occupied uncultivated lands in Surrey and began to cultivate them. They defended the community of goods in the style of the Acts of the Apostles by considering private property the cause of all evils and human inequality as the later Marxist philosophy also says. These ideas did not materialize in the English society, the most individualistic and capitalist in the socioeconomic field, but in the communities of Mennonites that since then were founded in North America and later in the agrarian communes of the Hippie movement.

  
movimiento lolardo
  3

Wyclifista movement, political and religious movement, initiated in the England of the late FOURTEENTH and early FIFTEENTH centuries, based on the teachings of the Theologian of the University of Oxford John Wyclif. They defended the predestination, the elimination of laws limiting the wages of the peasants, the communion in the Eucharist, the evangelical poverty, arriving to attack Noble and ecclesial possessions. The road to reform was going to be clear.

  
movimiento valdense
  3

Movement of the poor of Lyon, a Christian dissident movement emerged in France in the 12TH century between the followers of the merchant and later preacher Pedro Valdo. It was a forerunner of the reform by its critique of corruption, by the attempt to return to the evangelical poverty of the early Christians and the knowledge of the Bible in their own language. As it could not be less they were excommunicated at the Council of Verona of 1183 with the Cathars, the Albigensians, the Patarinos and other heretics. The same thing happened to them in the following century in Italy to the Dulcinistas or Dulcinianos. Many of them the church treated them with viciously torturándolos and burning them at the stake.

  
turófilo
  3

From the Greek tyros, cheese and sharp edges. Cheese lover. There are countless different cheeses in the world. Only in Spain we have more than four hundred. They say the most expensive cheese is sold by tennis player Djokovic and Donkey's milk from the Balkans. They call it polish and would be worth a thousand euros a kilo. They also seem to have started producing it in the Sierra Norte in Madrid. I'll leave it to the rich. I prefer any cheese from my Zamoran land, where there are good pastures with better sheep, goats, burras and cows.

  
paquetequieromañosa
  3

German-style compound name that in some places give to a plant boraginácea, the Echium vulgare, which also call Viper's Bugloss, Viperina, Blue grass, tongue of cow or of ox, chupamieles, Wild Bugloss, Lenguaza. It has toxic alkaloids in very small quantities and has been used in popular medicine as a poultice to cure felons and boils.

  
jariego
  4

Once by my land Zamora was named to the sellers of Jaras (Cistus landanifer) for the oven to cook the bread, especially in the area of Yago. Jara has also been used to cook pottery and ceramic objects as it still happens in moving, near the Arribes del Duero, where they craft the prettiest ceramics in Spain. They were also used in the shingles of this area, now missing. Dead the trade, Jariego has degenerate into lazy, lazy, perritraco, as they also say in Extremadura.

  
mohína
  4

Anger, anger, disgust, anger, sadness,/pouting, gesture of disgust,/hanging, brawl. Here we have the saying of "where there is no flour, everything is mohína" which was already used by the Marquis of Santillana in "the sayings that the old ones say after the fire: Mohína is the house that has not flour". It indicates that need and poverty also create conflicts and dislikes among those who suffer from them.

  
lixiviación
  2

Of the Latin leaches, lye and also ash with very hot water that the Romans used as whitening especially of the linen garments. Percolation, filtration of fluids through porous materials. Physical-chemical process of dissolution and extraction of soluble substances of a compound by the physical or chemical action of different liquids. This process can be natural, as in the filtration of surface water to the underground or man-induced, as in the extraction of sugar from the pulp of the beet by hot water.

  
alseides
  2

Nymphs of plants and flowers that inhabit the groves and glens near the fountains. They tend to get angry when humans invade their space and that's why they scare them. They are sisters of the Fairies and the driades. Alseide, the most beautiful of the nymphs, was an adopted daughter of Demeter.

  
carcunda
  2

Used as derogatory adjective and noun (also carcundia). Of Galician and Portuguese Carcunda (hump, hump, Jiba, hair-straightening). Thus the Portuguese were called to the absolutists of the beginning of the XIX and the Spanish liberals something later to the absolutist carlistists. He now designates the one who has backward, selfish, unsupportive, very conservative and outdated attitudes in politics, Facha, Carca and other areas of life. Also the very nature of that attitude.

  
profesor rubalcaba
  2

Today, May 10, shortly after noon, has died in Madrid Professor Rubalcaba, discreet and intelligent politician, Minister of Education and Interior who helped the end of terrorism of ETA, secretary General of PSOE, authentic socialist, defender of the Púb And a more egalitarian society. From the dictionary, my respect and admiration for this austere and decent person.

  
risas enlatadas
  2

Laughter recorded and used as a sound resource to induce laughter in the spectators of some television sitcoms. All the things I remember are American. What a stupid thing to do! It's in case the spectators didn't know when they had to laugh. It is a much worse resource than that of the CLA in the theater coop when we were low-income students.

  
la cla
  2

The clack, of the French claque, group of people hired to applaud in the spectacles especially in the theaters or in the opera. Some were allowed to watch the show free on the condition of clapping in the key moments. This technique was already employed by the emperor Nero, who had about 5. 000 young people to victorearlo each time he went on stage to recite or touch the lyre. In our literary world, entertainment and entertainment have practiced and enjoyed many characters such as Fernando Fernán Gómez, Valle Inclán, Jacinto Benavente, Galdós, Azorín and even the Tanguista Carlos Gardel.

  
actividad económica primarios y secundarios
  2

The primary economic sector comprises the productive economic activities of raw materials that come directly from nature in agriculture, livestock, fisheries, mining, forestry, hunting, beekeeping, aquaculture. The natural resources obtained have no or very little manipulation. This is in the secondary or industrial sector giving the raw material an added value and transforming in consumer products or in equipment goods. This sector comprises handicrafts, industry, construction and energy generation. Being a rapacín in my land Asturleonesa I once helped my father cut an oak tree with the Atrozador. We worked in the primary sector. Then we made it into boards on the Tio Ignacio's mountain ridge to make the roof of the houses, benches or tables. We were in the secondary sector.

  
isotrombia
  2

Medical term taken up, like almost all, from the Greek: ISOs, equal and thrombos, clot, grain. It is the situation of normality in which the platelets of the blood or platelets are the same size and perfectly fulfil their function of capping the wounds, that is why it is not diagnosed; But it does in the abnormality, the Anisotrombia, which we have already defined in the dictionary. View Discrete Anisotrombia

  
foramontano
  2

Of foras mountains, outside the mountains, people not mountain, not belonging to the mountains of Cantabria: those who repopulated the Bierzo and the lands to the North of the plateau of the Duero in the 9th century, when it began to give up the thrust of the Muslim conquest. Term coined by the Franco's Falangist journalist Victor de la Serna, son of the writer Concha Espina. Some villages of Orense, Zamora and Salamanca are this nickname as Faramontanos de Tábara, head of Framontanos and Faramontaos.

  
maragato
  2

I has been interesting and funny explanation I've read Professor of history of the University of León Laureano Rubio about the origin of the term. Some explanations speak of Mauritanians, who persecuted by the Romans, they would have taken refuge in the mountains of Leon. Our teacher speaks of transport the salted fish that the muleteers of the area made from Galicia (sea) to Madrid (cats).

  






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