retusa? (latin, italian): meaning, anagrams-wordsense

  • retusa‎ (latin, italian): meaning, anagrams - wordsense

    retusa‎ (Latin, Italian): meaning, anagrams - WordSense

    WordSense.eu Dictionary: retusa - spelling, hyphenation, synonyms, translations, meanings & definitions.

  • ridenti‎ (latin, italian): meaning, anagrams - wordsense

    ridenti‎ (Latin, Italian): meaning, anagrams - WordSense

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  • conciliari‎ (latin, italian): meaning, anagrams - wordsense

    conciliari‎ (Latin, Italian): meaning, anagrams - WordSense

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  • desini‎ (latin, italian): meaning, anagrams - wordsense

    desini‎ (Latin, Italian): meaning, anagrams - WordSense

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  • erosa‎ (latin, italian): meaning, anagrams - wordsense dictionary

    erosa‎ (Latin, Italian): meaning, anagrams - WordSense Dictionary

    eroso: eroso (Italian) Adjective eroso (masc.) (fem. erosa, masc. pl. erosi, fem. pl. erose) eroded Verb Past participle of erodere Anagrams oserò, roseo eroso (Latin)… rosea: rosea (Italian) Adjective rosea (fem.) Feminine of roseo Anagrams eraso, erosa, osare, oserà rosea (Latin) Adjective Inflection of roseus (nominative feminine…

  • setosa‎ (latin, italian): meaning, anagrams - wordsense

    setosa‎ (Latin, Italian): meaning, anagrams - WordSense

    setoso: setoso (Italian) Origin & history seta + -oso, corresponding to Latin saetōsus. Adjective setoso (masc.) (fem. setosa, masc. pl. setosi, fem. pl. setose) silky Derived words &… asseto: see also assetò asseto (Italian) Verb asseto Conjugation of assetare (first-person singular present indicative) Anagrams osaste setosa

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    What does templo mean?

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    What does CORAL BUSH mean?

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  • tempo (chemical compound) - definition of tempo (chemical

    TEMPO (chemical compound) - definition of TEMPO (chemical

    TEMPO (chemical compound) synonyms, TEMPO (chemical compound) pronunciation, TEMPO (chemical compound) translation, English dictionary definition of TEMPO (chemical compound). n. pl. tem·pos or tem·pi 1.

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    What Does The Name Gampi Mean? - The Meaning of Names

    Fun Facts about the name Gampi. How unique is the name Gampi? Out of 6,028,151 records in the U.S. Social Security Administration public data, the first name Gampi was not present.

  • dalbergaria - definition of dalbergaria by the free dictionary

    Dalbergaria - definition of Dalbergaria by The Free Dictionary

    Dalbergaria synonyms, Dalbergaria pronunciation, Dalbergaria translation, English dictionary definition of Dalbergaria. n. Any of various bushy or trailing tropical American plants of the genus Columnea, grown indoors for their showy colorful tubular flowers. n any plant...

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    Burlesquer - definition of burlesquer by The Free Dictionary

    bur·lesque (bər-lĕsk′) n. 1. A literary or dramatic work that makes fun of something, often by means of outlandish exaggeration. 2. A ludicrous or mocking imitation; a