Leonese


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Leonese

[liːəˈniːz]
A. ADJleonés
B. N
1. (= person) → leonés/esa m/f
2. (Ling) → leonés m
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It is not enough that I have compelled all the knights of Navarre, all the Leonese, all the Tartesians, all the Castilians, and finally all the knights of La Mancha, to confess thee the most beautiful in the world?"
Many solidarity cards have been organised since with the proceeds going to the Leonese boxer and his family for his treatment as he recuperates.
Such a strategy was of no interest to the author of the next main historiographical text produced in the Leonese kingdom.
As a continuation of previous papers (Egido & al., 2012a, 2012b) we now provide new information about recent Leonese localities or comments about other previous reports, for 18 protected/threatened vascular plants.
I had been told that the unit had done more than their fair share in the uplift of the Sierra Leonese Nation.
We begin by providing a historical overview that delineates Leonese educators' general social conditions and social impact in precivilian war of 1936-1939 society.
The opposite option, i.e., the construction of a chronology in which the Castilian and Leonese kings are enumerated as if they were monarchs of the kingdom of Galicia is less desirable because of its evident nationalistic interpretation and political implications (see Rodriguez Sanchez).
Subsequently, the emplacement of north-verging thrusts resulted in uplift of the Galaico Leonese Mountains (Teleno and Cabrera peaks, 2,100 m) and displacement of the Cantabrian Mountains structures (e.g.
By the seventh or eighth century CE, no-one was speaking Classical Latin anymore, and its descendant Vulgar Latin was disintegrating into various Romance languages and dialects such as Leonese, Navarrese, Old Catalan, Old Castilian and Old Portuguese.