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Words with "ñ" / palabras con "ñ"

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Esta es una lista con palabras que contiene la letra "ñ", así podrás practicar su pronunciación.

This is a list with words that contain the letter "ñ"; then you'll be able to practice the pronunciation:

ñoño = adj. insipid; (quejumbroso) fussy.

ñandú = m Zool. rhea

ñu = gnu
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ña. forma corta de doña
ñaco. maíz tostado con azúcar y miel. 2. sinónimo de niño (palabra que parece que se usa en Chile y España)
ñame. raíz comestible del género Dioscorea que se cultiva en los trópicos.
ñandubay. planta de madera rojiza que tiene muchos usos.

Estas palabras se encuentran en el DRAE.

Saludos
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guiñapo / Eng. rag, shred, reck.

chinguiña o lagaña / I don't know the translation for that words, but a chinguiña or lagaña it's that green thing that we clean from our eyes in the morning when we just wake up.
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Cromña. forma corta de doña
ñaco. maíz tostado con azúcar y miel. 2. sinónimo de niño (palabra que parece que se usa en Chile y España)
ñame. raíz comestible del género Dioscorea que se cultiva en los trópicos.
ñandubay. planta de madera rojiza que tiene muchos usos.

Estas palabras se encuentran en el DRAE.

Saludos
I like how Sanz translated the words... Crom? Emotion: wink
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maña

A f (habilidad) skill; tener maña para algo / to be good at something.
B mañas fpl (astucia) guile u.
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Cromña. forma corta de doña
ñaco. maíz tostado con azúcar y miel. 2. sinónimo de niño (palabra que parece que se usa en Chile y España)
ñame. raíz comestible del género Dioscorea que se cultiva en los trópicos.
ñandubay. planta de madera rojiza que tiene muchos usos.

Estas palabras se encuentran en el DRAE.

Saludos
I like how Sanz translated the words... Crom? Emotion: wink
No creo que las palabras citadas por Crom tengan una traducción y además considero que no son nada usuales.
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moño / bun (?)

El regalo venía con un bonito moño rojo
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Sanz, no sé en qué piensas con la palabra moño, no la conozco pero un diccionario la traduce como chignon

Definition;

chignon
noun
a woman's hairstyle where the hair is arranged in a knot or roll at the back of her head

Bun tiene varias significaciones:

bun (FOOD)
noun
1 a small, sweet, usually round cake:
a currant bun

2 MAINLY US a small round loaf of bread, especially one which is cut horizontally and holds a burger:
a hamburger bun

bun (HAIRSTYLE)
noun
a woman's hairstyle where the hair is gathered into a round shape at the back of the head:
She wore her hair in a bun.
bun (BOTTOM)
noun [C usually plural] MAINLY US SLANG
a buttock (= one side of a person's bottom)
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chinguiña o lagaña / I don't know the translation for that words, but a chinguiña or lagaña it's that green thing that we clean from our eyes in the morning when we just wake up.

Cómo se dice excactamente chinguiña or lagaña no sé pero encontré estas expresiones.

bleary
adjective
If you have bleary eyes, your eyes are red and watery and you cannot see clearly, because you are tired or have just woken up:
to be bleary-eyed

blearily
adverb
Carl stared blearily (= in a very tired way) at the newspaper.
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Moño es una forma de atar un listón, un lazo, o los cordones de los zapatos.
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