Spanish Words that Start with K

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Spanish Words that Start with K

K   kárate – karate

 

kilo (el ) (KI lo) n. – kilo

kilogramo (el ) (ki lo GRA mo) n. – kilogram

kilómetro (el ) (ki LO me tro) n. – kilometer

Spanish Words that Start with L

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Spanish Words that Start with L

L    lámpara – lamp

la (LA) art. – the (f. sing.)

labio (el ) (LA byo) n. – lip

laboratorio (el ) (la bo ra TO ryo) n. – laboratory

lado (el ) (LA do) n. – side

al lado de  prep. – next to

ladrón, a (el, la) (la DRON) n. – thief, burglar

lagarto (el ) (la GAR to) n. – lizard

lago (el ) (LA go) n. – lake

lágrima (la) (LA gree ma) n. – tear

lámpara (la) (LAM pa ra) n. – lamp

lancha (la) (LAN cha) n. – motorboat

largo, a (LAR go) adj. – long

las (LAS)  art. – the (f. pl.)

lástima (la) (LAS tee ma) n. – pity

¡Qué lástima! What a pity!

lata (la) (LA ta) n. – bore; annoyance; can

¡Qué lata !  What an annoyance!

latino, a (la TEE no) adj. – Latin

latino, a (el, la) n. – Latin (person)

latoso, a (la TO so) adj. – annoying, pesky

lavadora (la) (la ba DO ra) n. – washing machine

lavandería (la) (la ban de REE a) n. – laundry, laundry room

lavaplatos (el ) (la ba PLA tos) n. – dishwasher

lavar (la BAR) v. – to wash

lavarse v. – to wash oneself

lección (la) (lec SYON) n. – lesson

leche (la) (LE che) n. – milk

lechuga (la) (le CHU ga) n. – lettuce

lector de DVD (el ) (lec TOR DE DE ve de) n. – DVD player

leer  (le ER) v. – to read

legumbre (la) (le GUM bre) n. – vegetable

lejos (LE hos) adv. – far; far away

lengua (la) (LEN gwa) n. – tongue; language

lentamente (len ta MEN te) adv. – slowly

lente (el ) (LEN te) n. – lens

lentes (los) n. – glasses

lento, a (LEN to) adj. – slow

leña (la) (LE nya) n. – firewood

león, a (el, la) (le ON) n. – lion, lioness

león marino (el ) n. – sea lion

leopardo (el ) (le o PAR do) n. – leopard

letra (la) (LE tra) n. – letter (of the alphabet)

letrero (el ) (le TRE ro) n. – sign

levantar (le ban TAR) v. – to raise

levantarse v. – to get up

libertad (la) (lee ber TAD) n. – freedom; liberty

libertador, a (el, la) (lee ber ta DOR)  n. – liberator

libra (la) (LEE bra) n. – pound

libre (LEE bre) adj. – free

librería (la) (lee bre REE a) n. – bookstore

libro (el ) (LEE bro) n. – book

licuadora (la) (lee cwa DO ra) n. – blender

líder (el ) (LEE der) n. – leader

liebre (la) (LYE bre) n. – hare

limón (el ) (lee MON) n. – lemon

limpiar (leem PYAR) v. – to clean

limpio, a (LEEM pyo) adj. – clean

línea (la) (LEE ne a) n. – line

liso, a (LEE so) adj. – smooth; flat

listo, a (LEES to) adj. – smart, clever (with ser); ready (with estar)

literatura (la) (lee te ra TU ra) n. – literature

llamar (ya MAR) v. – to call

llamarse v. – to call oneself; to be named

me llamo my name is

llano, a (YA no) adj. – flat, even

llano (el ) n. – plain

llanta (la) (YAN ta) n. – tire (of a car)

llave (la) (YA be) n. – key

llavero (el ) n. – key chain

llegada (la) (ye GA da) n. – arrival

llegar (ye GAR) v. – to arrive

lleno, a (YE no) adj. – full; crowded

llevar (ye BAR) v. – to carry; take

llorar (yo RAR) v. – to cry

llover (yo BER) v. – to rain

lobo (el ) (LO bo) n. – wolf

local (lo CAL) adj. – local

loción (la) (lo SYON) n. – lotion

loción de afeitar n. – aftershave

loco, a (LO co) adj. – crazy (with estar); mad, insane (with ser)

locura (la) (lo CU ra) n. – madness, craziness

locutor, a (el, la) (lo cu TOR) n. – announcer

lodo (el ) (LO do) n. – mud

loro (el ) (LO ro) n. – parrot

los  (LOS)  art. – the (m. pl.)

luego (LWE go) adv. – then, later

lugar (el ) (lu GAR) n. – place

luna (la) (LU na) n. – moon

lunes (el ) (LU nes) n. – Monday

luz (la) (LUS) n. – light

 

Spanish Words that Start with M

 

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Spanish Words that Start with M

M    manzana – apple

madera (la) (ma DE ra) n. – wood

madrastra (la) (ma DRAS tra) n. – stepmother

madre (la) (MA dre) n. – mother

madrina (la) (ma DREE na) n. – godmother

maduro, a (ma DU ro) adj. – mature, ripe

maestro, a (el, la) (ma ES tro) n. – teacher

mágico, a (MA hee co) adj. – magic, magical

magnífico, a (mag NEE fee co) adj. – magnificent, awesome

mago (el ) (MA go) n. – magician, wizard

maíz (el ) (ma EES) n. – corn mal (MAL) adv. – bad, badly

mal educado adj. – ill-mannered

maleta (la) (ma LE ta) n. – suitcase

malo, a (MA lo) adj. – bad; sick

mamá (la) (ma MA) n. – mother

mancha (la) (MAN cha) n. – stain, spot

mandar (man DAR) v. – to command, to order; to send

manejar (ma ne HAR) v. – to drive

manera (la) (ma NE ra) n. – way, style

mango (el ) (MAN go) n. – mango

manguera (la) (man GE ra) n. – garden hose

mano (la) (MA no) n. – hand

la mano derecha right hand

la mano izquierda left hand

dar la mano v. – to shake hands

manso, a (MAN so) adj. – tame, gentle (animal)

manta (la) (MAN ta) n. – blanket

mantel (el ) (man TEL) n. – tablecloth

mantener (man te NER) v. – to maintain, to support

mantequilla (la) (man te KEE ya) n. – butter

manual (el ) (ma NUAL) n. – manual, instruction book

manzana (la) (man  SA na) n. – apple

mañana (la) (ma NYA na) n. – morning

mañana adv. – tomorrow

mapa (el ) (MA pa) n. – map

mapache (el ) (ma PA che) n. – raccoon

maquillaje (el ) (ma kee YA he) n. – makeup

máquina (la) (MA kee na) n. – machine

máquina de escribir n. – typewriter

mar (el ) (MAR) n. – sea

maravilla (la) (ma ra BEE ya) n. – marvel, wonder

maravilloso, a (ma ra bee YO so) adj. – marvelous

margarina (la) (mar ga REE na) n. – margarine

margarita (la) (mar ga REE ta) n. – daisy

marido (el ) (ma REE do) n. – husband

mariposa (la) (ma ree PO sa) n. – butterfly

mariquita (la) (ma ree KEE ta) n. – ladybug

mármol (el ) (MAR mol) n. – marble (stone)

marrón (ma RRON) adj. – brown

martes (el ) (MAR tes) n. – Tuesday

martillo (el ) (mar TEE yo) n. – hammer

marzo (MAR so) n. – March

más (MAS) adv. – more

más prep. – plus

máscara (la) (MAS ca ra) n. – mask

matar (ma TAR) v. – to kill

mate (el ) (MA te) n. – maté (a South American herb and herbal tea)

matemáticas (las) (ma te MA tee cas) n. – mathematics

máximo, a (MAKS ee mo) adj. – maximum

mayo (MA yo) n. – May

mayores (los) (ma YO res) n. – adults, elders

mecánico, a (el, la) (me CA nee co) n. – mechanic

mecanógrafo, a (el, la) (me ca NO gra fo) n. – typist

medalla (la) (me DA ya) n. – medal

media (la) (ME dya) n. – stocking

mediano, a (me DYA no) adj. – medium (size)

medianoche (la) (me dya NO che) n. – midnight

medicina (la) (me dee SEE na) n. – medicine

médico, a (el, la) (ME dee co) n. – physician

medio, a (ME dyo) adj. – half; middle

ir a medias v.  – to go fifty-fifty

término medio (el ) n.  – average

mediodía (el ) (me dyo DEE a) n. – noon

mejilla (la) (me HEE ya) n. – cheek

mejor (me HOR) adj., adv. – better; best

lo mejor the best

mejor … que better … than

melocotón (el ) (me lo co TON) n. – peach

melón (el ) (me LON) n. – cantaloupe, melon

menos (ME nos) adv. – less

mensaje (el ) (men SA he) n. – message

mentir (men TEER) v. – to lie

mentira (la) (men TEE ra) n. – lie

menú (el ) (me NU) n. – menu

menudo, a (me NU do) adj. – small; unimportant

a menudo adv. – often

mercado (el ) (mer CA do) n. – market

merienda (la) (me ree EN da) n. – afternoon snack, bite to eat

mermelada (la) (mer me LA da) n. – jam, marmalade

mes (el ) (MES) n. – month

mesero (el ) (me SE ro) n. – waiter

mesera (la) n. – waitress

meta (la) (ME ta) n. – goal

método (el ) (ME to do) n. – method

métrico, a (ME tree co) adj. – metric

metro (el ) (ME tro) n. – meter; subway

mexicano, a (me hee CA no) adj. – Mexican

mexicano, a (el, la) n. – Mexican (person)

mezclar (mes CLAR) v. – to mix

mi (ME) adj. – my

miedo (el ) (MYE do) n. – fear

tener miedo v. – to fear, to be afraid

miembro (el ) (MYEM bro) n. – member

miércoles (el ) (MYER co les) n. – Wednesday

milla (la) (MEE ya) n. – mile

millón (el ) (mee YON) n. – million

mimado, a (mee MA do) adj. – spoiled, pampered

mineral (el ) (mee ne RAL)  n. – mineral

minuto (el ) (mee NU to) n. – minute

mío, a (MEE o) adj. – mine

mirar (mee RAR) v. – to look at, to watch

mismo, a (MEES mo) adj. – same

misterio (el ) (mees TE ryo) n.  – mystery

misterioso, a (mees te RYO so) adj. – mysterious

mitad (la) (mee TAD) n. – half

mochila (la) (mo CHEE la) n. – backpack

moderno, a (mo DER no) adj. – modern

modesto, a (mo DES to) adj. – modest

modista (el, la) (mo DEES ta) n. – seamstress, dressmaker

mojado, a (mo HA do) adj. – wet

molestar (mo les TAR) v. – to bother, to annoy

momento (el ) (mo MEN to) n. – moment

en un momento right away, in a moment

moneda (la) (mo NE da) n. – coin; currency

monetario, a (mo ne TA ryo) adj. – monetary, of money

mono (el ) (MO no) n. – monkey

monstruo (el ) (MONS truo) n. – monster

montaña (la) (mon TA nya) n. – mountain

montar (mon TAR) v. – to mount, to ride

monumento (el ) (mo nu MEN to) n. – monument

morado, a (mo RA do) adj. – purple

morder (mor DER) v. – to bite

morirse (mo REER se) v. – to die

mosca (la) (MOS ca) n. – fly

mosquito (el ) (mos KEE to) n. – mosquito

mostrar (mos TRAR) v. – to show

mover (mo BER) v. – to move (things, not for people moving from one address to another)

moverse v. – to move (oneself)

mozo (el ) (MO so) n. – waiter; young man

moza (la) n. – young woman

muchacho (el ) (mu CHA cho) n. – boy

muchacha (la) n. – girl

mucho, a (MU cho) adj. – much; a lot

mucho adv. – a lot; very much

mueble (el ) (MWE ble) n. – piece of furniture

muebles (los) n. – furniture

mueblería (la) (mwe ble REE a) n. – furniture store

mujer (la) (mu HER) n. – woman

mundial (mun DYAL) adj. – worldwide, of the world

mundo (el ) (MUN do) n. – world

todo el mundo pron. – everybody, everyone

muñeca (la) (mu NYE ca) n. – doll; wrist

muralla (la) (mu RA ya) n. – wall; barrier

museo (el ) (mu SE o) n. – museum

música (la) (MU see ca) n. – music

músico, a (MU see co) adj. – musical

músico, a (el, la) n. – musician

muy (MUY) adv. – very

 

Spanish Words that Start with O

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Spanish Words that Start with O

O   obrero –  worker

obedecer (o be de SER) v. – to obey

objetar (ob he TAR) v. – to object

objeto (el ) (ob HE to) n. – object

obra (la) (O bra) n. – play (theater); work (of art, literature)

obrero, a (el, la) (o BRE ro) n. – worker (blue-collar)

obtener (ob te NER) v. – to obtain

océano (el ) (o SE a no) n. – ocean

octubre (oc TU bre) n. – October

ocupación (la) (o cu pa SYON) n. – profession; military occupation

ocupado, a (o cu PA do) adj. – busy

ocurrir (o cu RREER) v. – to occur, to happen

odiar (o DYAR) v. – to hate

oeste (el ) (o ES te) n. – west

oficial (o fee SYAL) adj. – official

oficina (la) (o fee SEE na) n. – office

ofrecer (o fre SER) v. – to offer

oído (el ) (o EE do) n. – (inner) ear

oír (o EER) v. – to hear

ojo (el ) (O ho) n. – eye

echar un ojo coll.  – to check

ola (la) (O la) n. – wave Los

oler  (o LER) v. – to smell

olla (la) (O ya) n. – pot

olla de presión n. – pressure cooker

olvidar (ol bee DAR) v. – to forget

ómnibus (el ) (OM nee bus) n. – bus

opinar (o pee NAR) v. – to think; to have an opinion

opinión (la) (o pee NYON) n. – opinion

oportunidad (la) (o por tu nee DAD) n. – opportunity

oración (la) (o ra SYON)  n. – sentence; prayer

orden (la) (OR den) n. – command, order

oreja (la) (o RE ha) n. – ear

orilla (la) (oREE ya) n. – edge; shore

organización (la) (or ga nee sa SYON) n. – organization

orgullo (el ) (or GU yo) n. – pride

orgulloso, a (or gu YO so) adj. – proud

oro (el ) (O ro) n. – gold

orquesta (la) (or KES ta) n. – orchestra

oscuro, a (os CU ro) adj. – dark

oso (el ) (O so) n. – bear

otoño (el ) (o TO nyo) n. – autumn, fall

otro, a (O tro) adj. – other, another

oveja (la) (o BE ha) n. – sh

 

H Words in Spanish

 

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Spanish Words that Start with H

H   helado – icecream

haber (a BER) aux. v. – to have (as auxiliary to a past participle)

habitación (la) (a bee ta SYON)  n. – room

habitante (el, la) (a bee TAN te) n. – inhabitant

hablar (a BLAR)  v. – to speak

hacer (a SER)  v. – to do; to make

hacerse to become; to turn into

hacer la cama to make the bed

hacer las maletas to pack (luggage)

hacerse el tonto, la tonta coll.  – to play the fool, to act dumb

hace + time + que for + time

hace buen tiempo it is nice weather

hace calor it is warm, it is hot

hace fresco it is cool

hace frío it is cold

hace mal tiempo it is bad weather

hace sol it is sunny

hace viento it is windy

hacia (A sya) prep. – to, toward

hacienda (la) (a SYEN da) n. – (large) farm

hada (el ) (f.) (A da) n. – fairy

hallar (a YAR)  v. – to find, to come across

hambre (el ) (f.) (AM bre) n. – hunger

tener hambre v. – to be hungry

harina (la) (a REE na) n. – flour

harina de avena (la) (a REE na DE a BE na) n. – oatmeal

hasta (AS ta) prep. – until

hasta luego see you later

hasta mañana see you tomorrow

hasta pronto see you soon

hasta la vista see you soon, until we meet again

hay (I) v. – there is; there are

hay que to have to, must

heladería (la) (e la de REE a) n. – ice cream store

helado (el ) (e LA do) n. – ice cream

helicóptero (el ) (e lee COP te ro) n. – helicopter

heno (el ) (E nol) n. – hay

hermanastro (el ) (er ma NAS tro) n. – stepbrother

hermanastra (la) n. – stepsister

hermano (el ) (er MA no) n. – brother

hermana (la) n. – sister

hermoso, a (er MO so) adj. – beautiful

héroe (el ) (E ro e) n. – hero

heroína (la) (e ro EE na) n. – heroine

herrero (el ) (e RRE ro) n. – blacksmith

hervido, a (er BEE do) adj. – boiled

hielo (el ) (YE lo) n. – ice

hierba (la) (YER ba) n. – grass

hierro (el ) (YE rro) n. – iron

hijastro (el ) (ee HAS tro) n. – stepson

hijastra (la) n. – stepdaughter

hijo (el ) (EE ho) n. – son

hija (la) n. – daughter

hipopótamo (el ) (ee po PO ta mo) n. – hippopotamus

historia (la) (ees TO rya) n. – history; story

histórico, a (ees TO ree co) adj. – historical

hoja (la) (O ha) n. – leaf; sheet of paper

hola (O la) intj. – hello

hombre (el ) (OM bre) n. – man

hombre de nieve snowman

hombro (el ) (OM bro) n. – shoulder

hondo, a (ON do) adj. – deep

hongo (el ) (ON go) n. – mushroom, fungus

honor (el ) (o NOR) n. – honor

de honor, honorable adj. – honorable

hora (la) (O ra) n. – hour; time

horario (el ) (o RA ryo) n. – schedule, timetable

hormiga (la) (or MEE ga) n. – ant

horno (el ) (OR no) n. – oven

horno de microondas n. – microwave oven

horrible (o REE ble) adj. – horrible

horror (el ) (o RROR) n. – horror

hospital (el ) (os pee TAL) n. – hospital

hotel (el ) (o TEL) n. – hotelhoy (OY) adv. – today

hoy día nowadays

hueso (el ) (WE so) n. – bone

huevo (el ) (WE bo) n. – egg

húmedo, a (U me do) adj. – wet, damp; humid

humo (el ) (U mo) n. – smoke

humor (el ) (u MOR) n. – mood

huracán (el ) (u ra CAN) n. – hurricane

 

N Words in Spanish

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Spanish Words that Start with N
N   noticia – notice

nacer (na SER)  v. – to be born

nacido, a (na SEE do) adj. – born

recién nacido, a (el, la) n. – newborn

nación (la) (na SYON)  n. – nation, country

nacional (na syo NAL) adj. – national

nacionalidad (la) (na syo na lee DAD) n. – nationality

nada (NA da) pron. – nothing

nadar (na DAR) v. – to swim

nadie (NA dye) pron. – no one, nobody

naranja (la) (na RAN ha) n. – orange

nariz (la) (na REES) n. – nose

natación (la) (na ta SYON)  n. – swimming

naturaleza (la) (na tu ra LE sa) n. – nature; outdoors

naturaleza muerta n. – still life

navaja (la) (na BA ha) n. – pocketknife

navaja de afeitar n. – razor

Navidad (la) (na bee DAD) n. – Christmas

necesario, a (ne se SA ryo) adj. – necessary; needed

necesitar (ne se see TAR) v. – to need

negativo, a (ne ga TEE bo) adj. – negative

negocio (el ) (ne GO syo) n. – business

negro, a (NE gro) adj. – black

nene, a (el, la) (NE ne) n. – baby

nervioso, a (ner BYO so) adj. – nervous

nevar (ne BAR) v. – to snow

nieva it is snowing, it snows

nevera (la) (ne BE ra) n. – refrigerator

nido (el ) (NEE do) n. – nest

niebla (la) (NYE bla) n. – fog

nieto, a (el, la) (NYE to) n. – grandson, granddaughter; grandchild

nieve (la) (NYE be) n. – snow

ninguno, a (neen GU no) adj. – (not) any; no; none

pron. – none

niño, a (el, la) (NEE nyo) n. – child; boy; girl

no (NO) adv. – no; not

noche (la) (NO che) n. – night

nombrar (nom BRAR) v. – to name

nombre (el ) (NOM bre) n. – name

norte (el ) (NOR te) n. – north

nosotros, as (no SO tros) pron. – we

nota (la) (NO ta) n. – grade, mark; note

noticias (las) (no TEE syas) n. – news

novela (la) (no BE la) n. – novel

telenovela (la) n. – soap opera

noviembre (no BYEM bre) n. – November

novio, a (el, la) (NO byo) n. – boyfriend; groom; girlfriend; bride

nube (la) (NU be) n. – cloud

nudo (el ) (NU do) n. – knot

nuestro, a (NWES tro) adj. – our

nuevo, a (NWE bo) adj. – new

número (el ) (NU me ro) n. – number

nunca (NUN ca) adv. – never

nutritivo, a (nu tree TEE bo) adj. – nutritious

 

 

Spanish Words that Start with A

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Spanish Words that Start with A

A  abeja – bee 

a (A) prep. – to, at, for

abajo (a BA ho) adv. – down, below, downstairs

abandonado, a (a ban do NA do) adj. – abandoned

abandonar (a ban do NAR) v. – to abandon

abeja (la) (a BE ha) n. – bee

abierto, a (a BYER to) adj. – open

abogado, a (el, la) (a bo GA do) n. – lawyer

abotonar (a bo to NAR) v. – to button

abrazo (el ) (a BRA so) n. – hug

abrelatas (el ) (a bre LA tas) n. – can opener

abrigo (el ) (a BREE go) n. – coat

abril (a BREEL)  n. – April

abrir (a BREER) v. – to open

abuelo (el ) (a BWE lo) n. – grandfather

abuela (la) n. – grandmother

aburrido, a (a bu RREE do) adj. – boring; bored

aburrir (a bu RREER) v. – to bore

aburrirse v. – to get (be) bored

acabar (a ca BAR) v. – to finish

acabar de  v. – to have just finished doing something

aceite (el ) (a SAY te) n. – oil

aceituna (la) (a say TU na) n. – olive

aceptar (a sep TAR) v. – to accept

acera (la) (a SE ra) n. – sidewalk

acero (el ) (a SE ro) n. – steel

acompañar (a com pa NYAR) v. – to go along, to accompany

acordar (a cor DAR) v. – to agree

acordarse v. – to remember

acordeón (el ) (a cor de ON) n. – accordion

actitud (la) (ac tee TUD) n. – attitude

activo, a (ac TEE bo) adj. – active

acto (el ) (AC to) n. – act

actor (el ) (ac TOR) n. – actor

actriz (la) (ac TREES) n. – actress

actual (ac TWAL) adj. – current

acuario (el ) (a CWA ryo) n. – fish tank, aquarium

acuático, a (a CWA tee co) adj. – aquatic

acuerdo (el ) (a CWER do) n. – agreement

acumulación (la) (a cu mu la SYON) n. – accumulation

además (a de MAS) adv. – besides; in addition to

adentro (a DEN tro) adv. – inside

adiós (a DYOS)  intj. – good-bye

adivinanza (la) (a dee bee NAN sa) n. – riddle

admirador, a (el, la) (ad mee ra DOR)  n. – fan, admirer

admirar (ad mee RAR) v. – to admire

¿adónde?  (a DON de) adv. – where? where to?

adornar (a dor NAR) v. – to decorate

adulto (el ) (a DUL to) n. – adult

aéreo, a (a E re o) adj. – air

el correo aéreo  n. – airmail

la línea aérea n. – airline

aeromozo, a (el, la) (a e ro MO so) n. – flight attendant

aeropuerto (el ) (a e ro PWER to) n. – airport

afeitar( se)  (a fay TAR) v. – to shave (oneself)

afortunadamente (a for tu na da MEN te) adv. – fortunately

agencia (la) (a HEN sya) n. – agency

agencia de viajes  n. – travel agency

agente (el, la) (a HEN te) n. – agent

agilidad (la) (a hee lee DAD) n. – agility

agosto  (a GOS to) n. – August

agradable (a gra DA ble) adj. – pleasant, agreeable

agricultor, a (el, la) (a gree cul TOR) n. – farmer

agua (el ) (f.) (A gwa) n. – water

aguacate (el ) (a gwa CA te) n. – avocado

águila (el ) (f.) (A gee la) n. – eagle

aguja (la) (a GU ha) n. – needle

agujero (el ) (a gu HE ro) n. – hole

ahijado (el ) (a hee HA do) n. – godson

ahijada (la) n. – goddaughter

ahora (a O ra) adv. – now

ahora mismo adv. – right now

ahorrar (a o RRAR) v. – to save (money, time, energy)

aire (el ) (I re) n. – air

aire libre n. – outdoors

ajedrez (el ) (a he DRES) n. – chess

ají (el ) (a HEE) n. – chili pepper

ajo (el ) (A ho) n. – garlic

al (AL) cont. a + el (see a) – to the

ala (el ) (f.) (A la) n. – wing

alarma (la) (a LAR ma) n. – alarm

albaricoque (el ) (al ba ree CO ke) n. – apricot

albóndiga (la) (al BON dee ga) n. – meatball

álbum (el ) (AL bum) n. – album

alcalde (el ) (al CAL de) n. – mayor

alcoba (la) (al CO ba) n. – bedroom

alegre (a LE gre) adj. – happy, cheerful, glad

alejado, a (a le HA do) adj. – far, distant

alemán, a (a le MAN)  adj. – German

alemán (el ) n. – German (language)

alemán, a (el, la) n. – German (person)

alfabeto (el ) (al fa BE to) n. – alphabet

alfombra (la) (al FOM bra) n. – rug

algo (AL go) pron. – something

algodón (el ) (al go DON) n. – cotton

alguien (AL gyen) pron. – someone

algún, alguna (al GUN) adj. – some; any; a

allá (a YA) adv. – over there

alma (el ) (f.) (AL ma) n. – soul, spirit

almacén (el ) (al ma SEN) n. – department store

almohada (la) (al mo A da) n. – pillow

almorzar (al mor SAR) v. – to have lunch

almuerzo (el ) (al MWER so) n. – lunch

alpinismo (el ) (al pee NEES mo) n. – mountain climbing

alpinista (el, la) (al pee NEES ta) n. – mountain climber

alquilar (al kee LAR) v. – to rent

alrededor (al re de DOR) adv. – around

alrededor de  prep. – around; about

alto, a (AL to) adj. – tall; high

altura (la) (al TU ra) n. – height; altitude

alumno, a (el, la) (a LUM no) n. – pupil, student

amable (a MA ble) adj. – kind; generous; friendly

amar (a MAR) v. – to love

amarillo, a (a ma REE yo) adj. – yellow

ambición (la) (am bee SYON) n. – ambition

ambulancia (la) (am bu LAN sya) n. – ambulance

americano, a (a me ree CA no) adj. – American (from the U.S. or any other country in North, Central, or South America)

americano, a (el, la) n. – American

amigo, a (el, la) (a MEE go) n. – friend

amor (el ) (a MOR) n. – love

anaranjado, a (a na ran HA do) adj. – orange

ancho, a (AN cho) adj. – wide

andar (an DAR) v. – to walk; to run (a machine)

andar a caballo to ride a horse

andar en bicicleta to ride a bicycle

ángel (el ) (AN hel) n. – angel

anillo (el ) (a NEE yo) n. – ring

animal (el ) (a nee MAL) n. – animal

aniversario (el ) (a nee ber SA ryo) n. – anniversary

anoche (a NO che) adv. – last night

antena (la) (an TE na) n. – antenna

anteojos (los) (an te O hos) n. – eyeglasses

antes (AN tes) adv. – before

antes de  prep. – before

antiguo, a (an TEE gwo) adj. – old, ancient

antipático, a (an tee PA tee co) adj. – not nice, unpleasant, disagreeable

anunciar (a nun SYAR)  v. – to announce

año (el ) (A nyo) n. – year

apagar (a pa GAR) v. – to turn off, to switch off

apagón (el ) (a pa GON) n. – blackout, power failure

apariencia (la) (a pa RYEN sya) n. – appearance

apellido (el ) (a pe YEE do) n. – surname, last name

apenas (a PE nas) adv. – scarcely, barely, hardly

apetito (el ) (a pe TEE to) n. – appetite

apio (el ) (A pyo) n. – celery

aplaudir (a plow DEER) v. – to applaud, to clap

apreciar (a pre SYAR) v. – to appreciate, to value

aprender (a pren DER) v. – to learn

apretado, a (a pre TA do) adj. – tight

aquel, la (a KEL)  adj. – that (in the distance)

aquellos, as (a KE yohs) adj. – those

aquí (a KEE)  adv. – here

araña (la) (a RA nya) n. – spider

árbol (el ) (AR bol) n. – tree

arco iris (el ) (AR co EE rees) n. – rainbow

arduo, a (AR duo) adj. – hard, difficult

arena (la) (a RE na) n. – sand

arepa (la) (a RE pa) n. – corn flour cake (Venezuela)

árido, a (A ree do) adj. – desolate, arid

arma (el ) (f.) (AR ma) n. – weapon

armario (el ) (ar MA ryo) n. – closet

arquitecto, a (el, la) (ar kee TEC to) n. – architect

arreglar (a rre GLAR) v. – to arrange, to fix

arrestar (a rres TAR) v. – to arrest

arriba (a RREE ba) adv. – up, upstairs

arroyo (el ) (a RRO yo) n. – brook, stream

arroz (el ) (a RROS)  n. – rice

arte (el ) (AR te) n. – art

artículo (el ) (ar TEE cu lo) n. – article

artista (el, la) (ar TEES ta) n. – artist

artístico, a (ar TEES tee co) adj. – artistic

asado, a (a SA do) adj. – roast, roasted

ascensor (el ) (a sen SOR) n. – elevator

así (a SEE)  adv. – this way; so; thus

así, así (a SEE a SEE)  adv. – so-so

asiento (el ) (a SYEN to) n. – seat.

asistir (a) (a sees TEER) v. – to attend

aspiradora (la) (as pee ra DO ra) n. – vacuum cleaner

astronauta (el, la) (as tro NOW ta) n. – astronaut

astuto, a (as TU to) adj. – astute, sharp, cunning

atención (la) (a ten SYON)  n. – attention

atender (a ten DER) v. – to assist, to wait on

atentamente (a ten ta MEN te) adv. – sincerely yours, yours truly, attentively

aterrizar (a te rree SAR) v. – to land

ático (el ) (A tee co) n. – attic

atleta (el, la) (at LE ta) n. – athlete

atlético, a (at LE tee co) adj. – athletic

atún (el ) (a TUN) n. – tuna, tuna fish

aun (a UN) adv. – even, yet

aún adv. – still

ausente (ow SEN te) adj. – absent

autobús (el ) (ow to BUS)  n. – bus

autógrafo (el ) (ow TO gra fo) n. – autograph

automóvil (el ) (ow to MO beel) n. – car

auto de carrera n. – race car

autoridad (la) (ow to ree DAD) n. – authority, the police

auxiliar de vuelo (el, la) (ow ksee lee AR de BWE lo) n. – flight attendant

auxilio (el ) (ow KSEE lyo) n. – help, aid

ávaro, a (a BA ro) adj. – stingy

ave (el ) (f.) (A be) n. – bird

avena (la) (a BE na) n. – oats

avenida (la) (a be NEE da) n. – avenue

aventura (la) (a ben TU ra) n. – adventure

avergonzarse (de) (a ber gon SAR se) v. – to be ashamed (of)

avión (el ) (a BYON) n. – airplane, plane

¡Ay! (I) intj. – oh dear! oh my! ouch!

ayer (a YER)  adv. – yesterday.

ayudante (el, la) (a yu DAN te) n. – assistant

ayudar (a yu DAR) v. – to help, to assist

ayuntamiento (el ) (a yun ta MYEN to) n. – city hall

azteca (as TE ca) adj. – Aztec

azteca (el, la) n. – Aztec (person)

azúcar (el ) (a SU car) n. – sugar

 

How to say Gold in Spanish?

 Gold in Spanish

What is gold in Spanish? gold in Spanish

Example: 

The gold is yellow – El oro es amarillo

Gold in Spanish means Oro, and is part of the group of noble metals, whose chemical symbol for gold Au – atomic number 79 – specific weight 19.3; It is found in nature in the form of specks and nuggets, very often linked to other metals. Known since ancient times, used and appreciated by man since prehistoric times, and almost certainly, gold was the first metal used by humans to make ornaments, jewelry, ritual objects, and symbols, most likely used before copper.

Tip: In chemistry, the metals that fall into the noble category are: gold “oro”, silver “plata”, platinum “platino”, palladium “paladio”, ruthenium “rutenio”, rhodium “rodio”, osmium “osmio”, iridium “iridio”.

Over time, gold has become a symbol of value, purity, and loyalty, but also of splendor and wealth, and is used to make jewelry, ornaments, and in some trophies to distinguish the winner.

Vocabulary:

gold – oro

jewelry – joyas

purity – pureza

loyalty – lealtad

trophies – trofeos

winner – ganador

 

This valuable metal has the following unique characteristics:

They do not rust in air and water. – No se oxidan en aire y agua.

They are unalterable in time – Son inalterables en el tiempo

Gold does not mix easily with other substances. – El oro no se mezcla fácilmente con otras sustancias.

gold in Spanish language

They resist acids well. – Resisten bien los ácidos.

It is the most ductile and malleable metal of all – Es el metal más dúctil y maleable de todos

 

It is a metal with a yellow color in nature, the melting temperature is 1063 ° C, and it can take on different colors depending on the metals with which it is combined in the numerous executable alloys generally called: yellow gold, white, red, green rose.

In its pure state it is soft, and to obtain greater mechanical resistance it is combined with other alloy metals, to obtain specific technical and aesthetic characteristics of workability according to the use and the object to be made.

Can be bonded with: copper, silver, iron, aluminum, platinum, nickel, and many others. The most used colors in jewelry and goldsmiths are yellow, white, pink, and red.

 

Spanish Vocabulary:

silver – plata

sopper – cobre

iron – hierro

aluminum – aluminio

patinum – platino

nickel – níquel 

oxygen – oxígeno

humidity – humedad

heat – calor

“El oro” does not alter or attack or oxidize in the air with oxygen, humidity, heat, caustic acids, and alkalis, vice versa it reacts with the cyanide ion.

 

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