enamorado


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enamorado

(ɪnæməˈrɑːdəʊ)
n
obsolete a beloved one; lover
[C17: from Spanish enamorar to enamour]
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Here and there fierce duellos took place between rival enamorados; butting their huge shagged fronts together, goring each other with their short black horns, and tearing up the earth with their feet in perfect fury.
In 1966, Diaz Enamorado and his wife, Daysi Clemencia Reyes, began planting coffee in the village of El Chimizal, with an initial area of 3.5 acres, in the region of Antique.
The Office of Human Rights' investigation into the disaster found "no evidence of criminality in the origin of the fire," Enamorado said.
My partner's Foie Gras Enamorado (Spanish for love) was served atop a chocolate hazelnut brittle.
RTVE's Lopez Enamorado is content with "Smallville" and the "The OC," Antena 3 has "The Simpsons," and Telecinco is the clear winner with "CSI" and "Charmed."
Marcio Alvarado Enamorado. Direccion General de Carreteras, SOPTRRAVI.
La trama de La ingratitud vengada es la siguiente: el soldado Octavio explota a Luciana para dar dinero a la cortesana Lisarda, de quien el esta perdidamente enamorado. Lisarda corresponde su pasion, pero su madre, Corcina, la obliga a aceptar las atenciones de unos nobles ricos.