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Meanings of "august" in Spanish English Dictionary : 15 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
august agosto [m]
august augusto [adj]
General
august agosteño [adj]
august agosteña [adj/f]
august augusta [adj/f]
august augusto [adj]
august agosto [m]
august noble [adj]
august hidalgo [adj]
august augusto [m]
august mes de la patria [m] BO
august mes de los gatos [m] CL
august majestuoso [adj]
august majestuosa [adj/f]
august real [adj]

Meanings of "august" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 19 result(s)

English Spanish
General
pertaining to the month of august agosteño [adj]
during august agostizo [adj]
born in august agostizo [adj]
religious mendicant who begs for corn in august agostero [m]
patron saint festivities held on august 6 in san salvador agostinas [f/pl] SV
weather predictions made by country folk, based on weather variations in the first few days of january and august cabañuelas [f/pl]
a religious procession of the transfiguration of jesus, which takes place on august 6th bajada [f] SV
pertaining to the month of august agosteño [adj]
august body órgano o entidad respetable [m]
patron saint's festivities held on august 6 in el salvador agostinas [f/pl] SV
plough in august agostar [v]
born in august agostizo [adj]
religious mendicant who begs corn in august agostero [m]
weather prognostication made in august for the following year cabañuelas [f/pl]
born in august agostiza [adj/f]
Colloquial
since late august desde agosto pasado
Phrases
in mid-august a mediados de agosto
Gastronomy
traditional meal made of beef, tender corn, broad beans, and potatoes, prepared the night before the festival for the apostol santiago on july 25, or in honor of mother earth pachamama on august 1 tijtincha [f] AR:Nw rur.
traditional meal made of beef, tender corn, broad beans, and potatoes, prepared the night before the festival for the apostol santiago on july 25, or in honor of mother earth pachamama on august 1 tistincha [f] BO:Sw AR:Nw