rosita


Also found in: Thesaurus, Wikipedia.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.rosita - erect plant with small clusters of pink trumpet-shaped flowers of southwestern United States
centaury - any of various plants of the genus Centaurium
References in periodicals archive ?
The Rosita Hotel , located at the start of the Malecon , in the heart of the tourist zone, is one of the most representative places and an icon of #PuertoVallarta.
The woman, Rosita, was Jewish, and Weldon fell in love with her, eventually marrying her and bringing her back to Texas, where he and Pine formed their successful partnership, the envy of established oil tycoons who coveted the business and threw everything but the kitchen sink at Weldon and Hershel to force them to sell, including massively attacking Rosita, smearing her name and worse.
The Walking Dead" Season 5, Episode 7 will also showcase how Rosita met Abraham and Eugene.
The Ministry of Energy & Mines granted to the Canadian company Blue Stone Gold Mining a 25 year mining exploration concession in the municipalities of Prinzapolka, Siuna and Rosita, reports Laprensa.
Mexican dance teacher Rosita sold her beloved 2001 Chrysler to finance her dream to perform for you, where?
This fantastic, creative children's environmental education series was inspired by the craftsmanship of Rosita, a native of Yagua community, who created Fishscale Girl and her doll friends, Sintia, Juanita, and Rosita.
Jordan came under scrutiny as the latest England player raised overseas while making his international debut four months ago, although he insisted that nationality is no issue as his mother Rosita is 100 per cent British, the report added.
Missoni, who was discharged from hospital last week after being treated for heart problems, founded the company with his wife Rosita, whom he met while competing in the 1948 London Olympics, where he ran the 400 metres hurdles.
Vittorio is the son of Ottavio and Rosita Missoni, founders of the label, and owns it with his siblings Luca and Angela.
Vargas (Chicano/Latino studies, University of California-Irvine) explores the lives and influences of numerous performers active in the Southwestern US, Mexico, Havana, and New York City since the early decades of the 20th century, including Rosita Fernandez, Chelo Silva, Eva Yberra, and Girl in a Coma.