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hist. Unverified Virreinato {m} de Nueva EspañaViceroy of New Spain
gastr. pastel {m} de queso estilo New YorkNew York style cheesecake
nuevo {adj}new
geogr. neoyorquino {m}New Yorker
etno. neozelandés {m}New Zealander
arqueol. hist. Neolítico {m}New Stone Age
geogr. neoyorquina {f}New Yorker [female]
etno. neozelandesa {f}New Zealander [female]
Año {m} NuevoNew Year
geogr. Nueva Zelanda {f}New Zealand
Nochevieja {f}New Year's Eve
Nuevo Testamento {m}New Testament <NT>
Noche {f} ViejaNew Year's Eve
día {m} de Año NuevoNew Year's Day
lit. F La vida nueva [Orhan Pamuk]The New Life
orn. T
proverb. Nada hay nuevo debajo del sol.There is nothing new under the sun.
Mi nueva casa no está completamente acabada.My new house isn't altogether finished.
cine F Un rey en Nueva YorkA King in New York [Charlie Chaplin]
geogr. Nueva Caledonia {f}New Caledonia
geogr. Nueva York {f}New York
geogr. Papúa Nueva Guinea {f}Papua New Guinea
de {prep}of
desde {prep}out of
inaudito {adj}unheard-of
etno. geogr. panocho {adj}of Murcia
por {prep}because of
Unverified Basilica {f} of SupergaBasilica of Superga
anticuado {adj}out of date
mitol. atlante {adj}of / from Atlantis
etno. geogr. burgalés {adj}of / from Burgos
anat. cutáneo {adj}of the skin
desactualizado {adj}out-of-date
mús. desafinado {adj}out of tune
mediante {prep}by means of
muchísimo {adj}lots of [coll.]
etno. geogr. navarro {adj}of / from Navarre
suficiente {adj}plenty of [enough]
Unverified acaponetense {m}resident of Acaponeta
Unverified acapulqueño {m}resident of Acapulco
Unverified acolmense {m}resident of Acolman
Unverified actopanense {m}resident of Actopan
Unverified acultzingueña {f}resident of Acultzingo
Unverified acultzingueño {m}resident of Acultzingo
Unverified acuñense {m}resident of Acuña
agorero {m}prophet of doom
Unverified agualegüense {m}resident of Agualeguas
Unverified aguascalentense {m}resident of Aguascalientes
Unverified allendense {m}resident of Allende
Unverified alvaradeña {f}resident of Alvarado
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