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embarazada
pregnant
hueso
(ooeh-soh)
bone
huevo
(ooeh-bvoh
egg
cajeta
(kah-Heh-tah)
a delicious, thick sauce made of milk and sugar.
cajón
(kah-Hohn)
big box
jadeo
(Hah-deh-oh)
panting
tijera
(tee-Heh-rah)
scissors
acabar
(ah-kah-bvahr)
to finish
café
(kah-feh)
coffee
casa
(kah-sah)
house
ocaso
(oh-kah-soh)
sunset
acero
(ah-seh-roh)
steel
cero
(seh-roh)
zero
cine
(see-neh)
cinema
asiento
(ah-seeehn-toh)
seat
sol
(sohl)
sun
cabeza
(kah-bveh-sah)
head
vida
(bvee-day)
life
violín
(bveeoh-leen)
violin
paquete
(pah-keh-teh)
package
pequeño
(peh-keh-nyoh)
small
gato
(gah-toh)
cat
gracias
(grah-seeahs)
thank you
pagado
(pah-gah-doh)
paid for
gerente
(heh-rehn-teh)
manager
guía
(gheeah)
guide
guiño
(ghee-nyoh)
wink
guerra
(gheh-rrah)
war
brillo
(bvree-yoh)
shine
llama
(yah-mah)
Flame
(also the name of an animal in Peru)
lluvia
(yoo-bveeah)
rain
carrera
(kah-rreh-oh)
race; profession
correo
(koh-rreh-oh)
mail, post
tierra
(teeeh-rrah)
land
playa
(plah-yah)
beach
yema
(yeh-mah)
yolk, also fingertip
yodo
(yoh-doh)
iodine
cuñado
(koo-nyah-doh)
brother-in-law
mañana
(mah-nyah-nah)
tomorrow
niña
(nee-nyah)
girl
mapa
(mah-pah)
map
pelele
(peh-leh-leh)
rag doll, puppet
seco
(seh-koh)
dry
irritar
(ee-rree-tahr)
to irratate
piña
(pee-nyah)
pineapple
pintar
(peen-tahr)
to paint
coco
(koh-koh)
coconut
toronja
(toh-rohn-Hah
grapefruit
cuna
(koo-nah)
cradle
curioso
(koo-reeoh-soh)
curious
fruta
(froo-tah)
fruit
luna
(loo-nah)
moon
bueno
(bvooeh-noh)
good
cuando
(kooahn-doh)
when
fiar
(feeahr)
sell on credit
fuera
(fooeh-rah)
outside
suizo
(sooee-soh)
Swiss
viudo
(bveeoo-doh)
widower
aorta
(ah-ohr-tah)
aorta
(same as English)
feo
(feh-oh)
ugly
marea
(mah-reh-ah)
tide
mareo
(mah-reh-oh)
dizziness
camas
(kah-mahs)
beds
mariposas
(mah-ree-poh-sahs)
butterflies
pollo
(poh-yoh)
chicken
cantar
(kahn-tahr)
to sing
feliz
(feh-lees)
happy
balcón
(bahl-kohn)
balcony
carácter
(kah-rahk-tehr)
character, personality
fotógrafo
(foh-toh-grah-foh)
photographer
pájaro
(pah-Hah-roh)
bird
¡Adiós!
(ah-deeohs)
Good bye!
¡Buenos días!
(bvooeh-nohs deeahs)
Good morning!
¿Decía?
(deh-seeah)
You were saying?
tía
(teeah)
Aunt
¿Dónde está?
(dohn-deh ehs-tah)
Where is it?
¡Qué maravilla!
(keh mah-rah-bvee-yah)
How wonderful!
¡Olé!
(oh-leh)
Great! Superb! Keep going!
¿Quiubo?
(kee oo-boh)
Hello, what's happening?
¿De veras?
(deh bveh-rahs)
Really? (This phrase signals slight disbelief.)
¡No me digas!
(noh meh dee-gahs)
You don't say! (This phrase signals slight disbelief.)
La casa es grande.
(lah kah-sah ehs grahn-deh)
The house is big.
La mujer es bella.
(lah moo-Hehr ehs bveh-yah)
The woman is beautiful.
El hombre es buen mozo.
(ehl ohm-bvreh ehs bvooehn moh-soh)
The man is handsome.
Las calles son largas.
(lahs kah-yehs sohn larh-gahs)
The streets are long.