Question: What does Carina mean in Spanish?

el cariño NOUN affection. Lo recuerdo con cariño. I remember him with affection. In Spanish you can say that you have affection for somebody, meaning that youre very fond of them: Les tengo mucho cariño.

What does CUTO mean in Spanish?

adjective. Andes, Central America) [persona] (= tullido) maimed ⧫ crippled. (= desdentado) toothless.

How do you pronounce Carina in Spanish?

0:000:27How to Pronounce Carina in Spanish - - YouTubeYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipGrandes names del arco karina karina karina lluvia de correspondencias en avión.MoreGrandes names del arco karina karina karina lluvia de correspondencias en avión.

What does Wayla mean in Spanish?

WAYLAAcronymDefinitionWAYLAWhat Are You Looking At?

Whats a cutie pie?

: a cute person : sweetheart.

What is a Cueto?

Galician, Asturian-Leonese, Spanish, and Basque: habitational name from any of numerous places in Galicia, Asturies, León, Santander, and Basque Country named with the topographical term cueto hill, fortified settlement (from Latin cautus sheltered.

How do you pronounce carima?

Phonetic spelling of Karima. Ka-ri-ma-CAr-REE-muh. Kaa-RIY-Maa. Kar-ima. kari-ma.Meanings for Karima. A feminine name of Arabic origin.Translations of Karima. Russian : Карима Korean : 카 리마 Arabic : كريمة Japanese : カリマ-

How do you pronounce Eta Carinae?

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What does Wella mean in Spanish?

Wella well | Spanish Translator. wella well.

Is Gracious a Spanish word?

misericordioso; indulgente; compasivo; clemente.

Is cutie pie a boy or girl?

Cutie can be used for describing males and females. Cutie is more appropriately used when describing younger individuals.

Where does the last name Cueto come from?

The mountainous borders of Spain contain the origins of the prestigious surname Cueto. The original bearer of the name Cueto, which is a local surname, once lived, held land, or was born in the beautiful region of Spain.

What does wallah mean in Spanish?

señor señor {m} wallah (also: Lord, gentleman, man, master, overlord, sahib, squire, lord, mister, gent)

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