Ewe ainá:

Yerba pica pica, (Stizolobium pruritum (Wright Piper). Sinónimos: Iná

Vocabulario Lucumí. 2015.

Mira otros diccionarios:

  • homeland —   One hānau, āina hānau, kulaiwi; kuapuiwi (rare).    ♦ Homeland of ancestors, kuakahi; ēwe āina o ke kupuna (see ēwe) …   English-Hawaiian dictionary

  • birthplace —    Āina hānau, one hānau.   Also: ēwe, kulaiwi, ōpū ahu awa hānau. See residence …   English-Hawaiian dictionary

  • native —   Kama āina, maoli, ōiwi, kupa, keiki papa.   Also: kulāiwi, āpa akuma, mauki.    ♦ Native land, one hānau, kulāiwi; kuapuiwi (rare).    ♦ Native son, keiki hānau o ka āina, ēwe hānau o ka āina.    ♦ Native born, papa.    ♦ Native bird, manu kama …   English-Hawaiian dictionary

  • Cumbrian dialect — Not to be confused with the Celtic Cumbric language Location of Cumbria within England. The Cumbrian dialect is a local English dialect spoken in Cumbria in northern England, not to be confused with the extinct Celtic language Cumbric that used… …   Wikipedia

  • Germanische Sprachen — Die germanischen Sprachen sind ein Zweig der indogermanischen Sprachfamilie. Sie umfassen etwa 15 Sprachen mit rund 500 Millionen Muttersprachlern, über 700 Millionen einschließlich der Zweitsprecher. Ein charakteristisches Phänomen aller… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

Compartir el artículo y extractos

Link directo
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”

We are using cookies for the best presentation of our site. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this.