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Meanings of "water" in Spanish English Dictionary : 83 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
water agua [f]
water regar [v]
water aguar [v]
water abrevar [v]
General
water lagrimear [v]
water llorar [v]
water cristianar [v]
water bautizar [v]
water hidráulico [adj]
water hídrico [adj]
water hidrológico [adj]
water acuático [adj]
water acuátil [adj]
water hidráulica [adj/f]
water hídrica [adj/f]
water hidrológica [adj/f]
water acuática [adj/f]
water agua [f]
water abrevar [v]
water adaguar [v] ARA
water adrar [v]
water aguar [v] HN
water bañar [v]
water baño [m]
water linfa [f]
water guata [f] CR
water peñasca [f] NI
water wata (inglés water) [f] CR
water mojar [v]
water dar agua a [v]
water manguerear [v] GT EC rare
water manguerear [v] NI CR PA PE BO PY AR CL UY
water manguerear [v] GT PA PE BO AR CL UY
water náutico [adj]
water vaso de agua [m]
water jugo de nube [n] DO
water aguas [f/pl]
water botella de agua
water agua potable
water bañar [v]
water agua (de piedras preciosas) [f]
water bautizar (el vino) [v]
water dar de beber a (los animales) [v]
water sacar agua [v]
water viso (de géneros) [m]
Colloquial
water acobi [f] NI
Slang
water guata [f] CR
water wuata [f] CR
water pañusa [f] SV jail
Business
water diluir [v]
water diluir [v]
Engineering
water agua [f]
water humedecer [v]
water aguar [v]
water óxido hídrico
Chemistry
water diluir con agua [v]
water diluir con agua
Water
water abrevar [v]
water aguar [v]
water tomar agua [v]
Geology
water agüilla [f]
water aguosidad [f]
Medicine
water orina [f]
water viso [m]
water humor [m]
water fluido [m]
water orines [m/pl]
water fluidos corporales
Construction
water boca de agua
Technical
water diluir con agua [v]
water chorrear agua [v]
water tomar agua [v]
water hacer aguada [v]
water dar aguas [v]
water túnel conducto
Automotive
water circuito de agua
Nautical
water marea [f]
water hacer agua [v]
Agriculture
water abrevar [v]
Energy
water agua (h2o) [f]
Hydrology
water abrevar [v]
Literature
water cristal [m]
Poetry
water linfa [f]

Meanings of "water" in English Spanish Dictionary : 8 result(s)

Spanish English
General
water [m] bathroom [us]
Slang
water [m] CL bathroom
water [m] CL lavatory
water [m] CL wc
General Medicine
water [m] toilet
Construction
water [m] restroom [us]
Petrol
water [m] pit
Mineralogy
water [m] loo [uk]

Meanings of "water" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 500 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
spring (water source) fuente [f]
holy-water bowl pileta [f]
be suffocated in water ahogarse [v]
kill by immersion in water ahogar [v]
swim under water bucear [v]
water-resisting hidrófugo [adj]
(insects) water strider zapatero [m]
still water remanso [m]
spring (water) manantial [m]
water meter hidrómetro [m]
water dish bebedero [m]
water closed inodoro [m]
water pore hidatodo [m]
quantity of water in a river venaje [m]
water resistant resistente al agua [m]
(water) current curso [m]
water user regante [m/f]
water-bearing strata niveles [m/pl]
water table capa freática
hard water agua dura
General
water on the brain hidrocefalia [f]
water mill aceña [f]
water nymph ondina [f]
water bottle cantimplora [f]
water seller aguadora [f]
water carrier aguadora [f]
soda water soda [f]
water-treatment plant potabilizadora [f]
tonic water tónica [f]
low water bajamar [f]
water-treatment plant depuradora [f]
water down diluir [v]
water down aguar [v]
take in water hacer aguas [v]
test the water tantear el terreno [v]
water-repellent hidrófugo [adj]
water-soluble hidrosoluble [adj]
soluble in water hidrosoluble [adj]
water-bearing acuífero [adj]
water lily nenúfar [m]
water repellant hidrófugo [m]
hot-water bottle calientapiés [m]
volume (of water) caudal [m]
water carrier aguador [m]
water seller aguador [m]
water jug aguamanil [m]
water supply aguaje [m]
mineral water tehuacán [m] MX
water heater termo [m]
low water level estiaje [m]
low water estiaje [m]
water tank tinaco [m] AMER
white-water rafting rafting [m]
water rail rascón [m]
water bowl bebedero [m]
water dispenser bebedero [m]
water polo waterpolo [m]
water pitcher bule [m]
water polo player waterpolista [m/f]
water- hidro- [pref]
water-repellent hidrófuga [adj/f]
water-bearing acuífera [adj/f]
paste made of water and flour masa [f]
water-ski hacer esquí acuático [v]
volume of water caudal [m]
tonic (water) tónico [m]
water fountain bebedero [m]
swimming under water entre dos aguas [adv]
water mill aceña (árabe) [f]
water mill aceña (árabe) [f] rare
water-mill keeper aceñera [f]
water color painting acuarela (italiano) [f]
drink made of unripened grape juice, water, and sugar agrazada [f]
water from artesian wells agua artesiana [f]
artesian water agua artesiana [f]
bran water for horses agua blanca [f]
soft water agua blanda [f]
running water agua corriente [f]
hard water agua cruda [f]
water from the common sowthistle agua de cerrajas [f]
coconut water agua de coco [f]
imbibition water agua de imbibición [f] CU
carbonated water agua de litines [f]
mineral water agua de mesa [f]
ice water agua de nieve [f]
boiled water with raw cane sugar agua de panela [f] EC
running water agua de pie [f] rare
carbonated water agua de seltz [f]
fresh water agua dulce [f]
hard water agua dura [f]
hard water agua gorda [f]
lustral water agua lustral [f]
holy water agua lustral [f]
calm water agua mansa [f]
placid water agua mansa [f]
calm water agua mansa [f] fig.
placid water agua mansa [f] fig.
mineral water agua mineral [f]
stagnant water agua muerta [f]
water under the bridge agua pasada [f]
hot water agua roja [f] disused
salt water agua salobre [f]
thermal water agua termal [f]
tonic water agua tónica [f]
running water agua viva [f]
irrigation water aguacibera [f]
loading potable water aguada [f]
taking livestock to water aguada [f] HN
drinking water aguada [f] HN
water carrier aguadora [f]
raw cane sugar cooked in water aguadulce [f] CO
honey water aguadulce [f] CO
raw cane sugar cooked in water aguadulce [f] CR
honey water aguadulce [f] CR
drink made of water, honey, and spices agualoja [f]
honey water aguamiel [f]
drink made of water, honey, and spices aguamiel [f] MX HN NI CU DO CO VE EC PE BO AR
water from pulping coffee aguamiel [f] HN
honey water extractor aguamielera [f] MX
water retention aguanosidad [f] disused
water carrier aguatera [f] LA
water pump bomba [f]
water pump aguatocha [f]
earthenware water vessel albarrada (árabe) [f]
salt residue in a sea water pool albina [f]
artificial water deposit albufera (árabe) [f]
artificial water deposit albuhera [f] disused
allotted quantity of water for irrigating a piece of land alema (árabe) [f]
vessel holding catholic mass wine or water ampolla [f]
waste water amurca [f] rare
water vessel arca [f]
water vessel arca de agua [f]
water fetcher ayuda [f]
water channel azacaya (árabe) [f] AL
choking with water la bañera [f]
holy water font benditera [f]
water pump bomba [f]
sunken clay vessel to collect water in an oil mill bomba [f]
trial by hot water ordeal calda [f]
holy-water vessel caldereta [f]
holy-water vessel calderilla [f]
basin of water cambija [f]
water bottle cantimplora [f]
water storage cantina [f]
water cart carricuba [f]
line of barrels towed on the water carrizada [f]
water clock clepsidra [f]
give water to abrevar [v]
water down aclarar [v]
give water to adaguar [v] ARA
overfill with water enaguachar [v]
overfill with water aguachar [v]
spoil with too much water aguachinar [v]
add too much water aguachinar [v]
spoil with too much water enaguazar [v]
add too much water enaguazar [v]
fill with water aguachinar [v]
add water aguadar [v] GT
mix with water aguadar [v] GT
water down aguar [v]
give water to aguar [v] HN
chase into the water aguar [v] disused
be chased into the water aguarse [v] disused
fill with water aguarse [v]
cover with water aguazar [v]
become covered with water encharcarse [v]
become covered with water aguazarse [v]
boil in water herventar [v]
boil in water aherventar [v] disused
surround by water aislar [v] rare
be surrounded by water aislarse [v] rare
mix with water merar [v]
add water to merar [v]
dig for water alumbrar [v]
mix with water amerar [v]
add water to amerar [v]
land on water amerizar [v]
pouring buckets of water on baldear [v]
submerge in water bañar [v]
add water bautizar [v] CU
water down bautizar [v] CU
channel water for irrigation canalizar [v]
dunk under water capuzar [v]
dip someone's head in water chapuzar [v]
dip one's head in water chapuzarse [v]
fetch water with a basket coger agua en cesto [v] disused
fetch water with a basket coger agua en harnero [v] disused
take on water hacer agua [v]
serve water to dar aguamanos a alguien [v]
steep hemp and flax in water to macerate its stalky parts cocer [v]
water-bearing acuífero [adj]
water-ready aguadero [adj]
with excess water agualotoso [adj] NI
soaked in honey water aguamelado [adj]
water-like acuoso [adj]
water-like aguoso [adj]
sinking in water ahogadizo [adj]
water-mill keeper aceñero [m]
ferruginous water acero [m] disused
time allotted for watering land where water is distributed by the government ador (árabe) [m]
drink made of unripened grape juice, water, and sugar agraz [m]
water carrier aguadero [m] disused
water carrier aguador [m]
water pitcher aguamanil [m]
water for washing hands aguamanos [m]
water pitcher aguamanos [m]
honey water aguamiel [m] MX
honey water extractor aguamielero [m] MX
running water aguapié [m]
water carrier aguatero [m] LA
low-lying land where rain water accumulates aguazal [m]
cover with water encharcar [m]
pot of boiling water to drown the silk worm nymph in the cocoon ahogadero [m]
water administrator alcalde del agua [m]
person in charge of distributing irrigation water alcalde del agua [m]
water tank guard aljibero [m]
ammonia water amoniaco [m]
ammonia water amoníaco [m]
ceramic water container apaste (náhuatl) [m] MX GT HN SV
ceramic water container apastle [m] MX GT HN SV
ceramic water container apaxtle [m] HN
water sprinkler aspersorio [m]
flashing of water avenimiento [m] disused
water carrier azacán (árabe) [m]
water seller azacán (árabe) [m]
putting out lime with water azogado [m]
putting out lime with water azogamiento [m]
pouring buckets of water on baldeo [m]
ripple in the water from a passing fish shoal barbullido [m]
water pitcher barril [m]
water dispenser bebedero [m]
water fountain bebedero [m]
water fountain bebedero [m] MX CU AR UY
earthenware jar for collecting filtered water bernegal [m] CI
hole where water falls through a toothed wheel in grist-mills bocín [m]
water pump worker bombero [m]
ceramic water pitcher búcaro [m]
large volume of water buey [m]
volume of water buey [m]
water level buey [m]
dye boiling in water bullón [m]
deep-water vessel buzo [m]
water foreman cabo de agua [m]
falling water forming foam cachón [m]
water tank calderín [m]
curved piece of a water-wheel frame camón [m]
arm of shallow water caño [m]
volume of water caudal [m]
rose water ointment cerato de galeno [m]
dunk one's head in water chapuz [m]
dip someone's head in water chapuzón [m]
deep pool in bends, slack water, rivers chilanco [m]
waste water pipe colector [m]
fresh water aguas blancas [f/pl] VE
potable water aguas blancas [f/pl] VE
private well water aguas de dominio privado [f/pl]
public access water aguas de dominio público [f/pl] ES
public access water aguas de dominio público [f/pl]
well water aguas firmes [f/pl]
spring water aguas firmes [f/pl]
riverbed water aguas subálveas [f/pl]
mountain water aguas vertientes [f/pl]
roof gutter water aguas vertientes [f/pl]
children's water game cabrillas [f/pl]
beware, water! agua va [expr]
like a duck takes to water como pez en el agua [adv]
holy-water font pila [f]
raised water reservoir cambija [f]
water wheel noria [f]
holy-water pot caldereta [f]
anisette with water palomita [f]
high water pleamar [f]
a fresh-water fish rubia [f]
water tank cisterna [f]
water hen polla [f]
salt water lagoon albufera [f]
vane of a water wheel leva [f]
holy-water pot calderilla [f]
water supply aguada [f]
water supply system fontanería [f]
5 gallon bottled water garrafa de agua de 5 galones (18 l.) [f]
5 gallon dispenser size bottled water garrafa de agua de 5 galones (18 l.) [f]
(anti-riot) water cannon vehicle tanqueta de agua (antidisturbios) [f]
mineral water agua mineral [f]
running water agua corriente [f]
salt water agua salada [f]
water jug alcántara [f] CU
availability of water hidraulicidad [f]
brackish water agua salobre [f]
purification (of water) potabilización [f]
device which is used for heating circulating water caldera [f]
freeing from water deshidratación [f]
tonic water aguaquina [f] LAM
female water-sprite ondina [f]
water pipe pipa [f]
abundant rock of marine and fresh-water sediments caliza [f]
water lily ninfea [f]
water wheel aceña [f]
small amount of water agüita [f]
canteen (water bottle) cantimplora [f]
salt water salmuera [f]
water clock clepsidra [f]
water jug alcuza [f] PR
fermented drink made of carob or corn and water aloja [f] PE BO AR CL:N
earthen jar in form of amphora to hold water múcura  [f] CO CU VE
earthen jar in form of amphora to hold water mucura [f] CO CU VE
flood (water) creciente [f]
sometimes with standing water madrevieja  [f] PA
large gourd made into water container camaza  [f] VE CO
receding of water level bajante [f] AMER
bore water agua de perforación [f]
bore water agua de pozo [f]
bottle of water botella de agua [f]
bread and water diet dieta de pan y agua [f]
container made of a hollowed out tree trunk and used for washing dishes or to serve water to animals artesa [f] HN NI
arrival of a large quantity of fish at the surface of the water arribazón [f] VE
place permanently flooded with water aterradera [f] HN:C rur.
a glass of water placed as an offering to a saint or a deceased person asistencia [f] CU
a masonwork pipe at soil level used to carry waste water/rain water atarjea [f] MX
water reservoir that supplies a population atarjea [f] PE
device built with networks of different stainless materials (placed vertically to capture the water contained in the fog) atrapaniebla [f] CL
device built with networks of different stainless materials (placed vertically to capture the water contained in the fog) atrapanieblas [f] CL
raised frame on wooden stakes to protect the corn from the water/sun/birds barbacoa [f] VE disused
product resulting from the suspension of clay in water until it is ready to be molded barbotina [f] PE
water running free agua de pie [f] rur.
river, gorge or spring water within a pasture or meadow which supplies water to the cattle agua de pasto [f] HN:E PA rur.
spring water agua de pie [f] rur.
excess of water aguachentosa [f] CU
tap water agua del chorro [f] VE
potable pipe water agua del tubo [f] CR
a cologne made from water, alcohol and aromatic essences agua florida [f] MX HN NI PA DO CO NI EC PE CL PY AR UY
mexican drink made with mashed fruit, water, and sugar agua fresca [f] MX
carbonated water agua gasificada [f] PA CU CL AR UY
torrents of water agua gorda [f] CU
high water agua llena [f] CR:Nw
sugarless boiled water in which medicinal herbs are poured agua perra [f] CL
potable pipe water agua pura [f] CR
bluish, clean and crystal-clear water agua zarca [f] HN SV
water carrier aguatera [f] HN NI PA CU DO PR PE BO PY CO AR CL UY EC
water seller aguatera [f] HN NI PA CU DO PR PE BO PY CO AR CL UY EC
a tasteless soft drink with disproportionate amount of water agualoja [f] VE
a refreshing drink made with ginger juice, anise, water, sugar and ice agualoja [f] DO rare
a refreshing drink made with sugar, water and honey agualoja [f] CU
cane alcohol mixed with coconut water agua loca [f]
water made with unrefined sugar extracted from the sugarcane aguamiel [f] MX PA DO CO:W VE AR UY
the water used to pulp coffee grains aguamiel [f] HN
sugarcane alcohol boiled water with cinnamon agua de canela [f] EC
(in pottery) decaying water used to soften clay agua agria [f] HN
water containing residue of any substance aguachigua [f] SV
sugarcane alcohol boiled water with cinnamon agua caliente [f] EC
a drink made with water and diluted corn dough agua chiva [f] GT SV
untreated water agua cruda [f] CO VE EC PE AR
a cosmetic preparation of glycerine, alcohol, rose water and orange blossom water used by women to whiten skin agua de cara [f] EC
water boiled with cinnamon agua de canela [f] EC
tap water agua de chorro [f] VE
a drink made with water, chia (salvia hispanica) seeds and lemon juice agua de chía [f] MX HN
sugarcane alcohol boiled water with cinnamon agua de azúcar [f] EC
a drink made by boiling flower of jamaica petals in water and sugar agua de jamaica [f] MX HN SV PA PR
(in the sugar mill industry) water used in the final mill to extract more juice from the sugar cane bagasse agua de imbibición [f] CU rare
a guasima tree bark (guazuma ulmifolia) water infusion known for its medicinal properties agua de guásimo [f] VE
a cylindrical metal pitcher for boiling water or making tea or coffee tetera [f] HN
a whitish water obtained from cleaning the millstone agua de masa [f] HN NI
a drink of boiled water made with brown sugar and bee honey agua de mono [f] CU
a small pitcher to draw water from a pot tetera [f] HN
water bike bicicleta acuática [f] CU
salt-water fish bariblanca [f] PR
rum boiled with water and cinnamon canela [f] EC
rum boiled with water and cinnamon agua caliente [f] EC
water reservoir caja de agua [f] PR
water tank caja de agua [f] PE BO
a pool of a river with light blue water azulera [f] HN
bubbles of soapy water to wash clothes bacia [f] CU
bubbles of soapy water to wash clothes basia [f] CU
(in banana cultivation) a facility where the large bunches are brought, and cut into smaller pieces/bunches (called hands), washed with a solution of water and muriatic acid and packed in boxes bacadía [f] HN:N
water with residues of corn mass aguachigua [f] SV
tap water agua de chorro [f] VE
water with residues of corn mass machigüe [f] HN SV NI
water with residues of corn mass machigüe [f] NI
soapy water foam used in washing clothes bacia [f] CU
soapy water foam used in washing clothes basia [f] CU
opening from where water comes out bocatoma [f] PE
water bubble burbuja de agua [f]
water bubble bomba [f] MX HN DO CO VE
water bomb bombita de agua [f] AR UY
water bomb bombucha [f] AR:Nw
wooden frame, lined with metal foil and carried by horses (used to transport water) bota [f] HN SV
hot and cold water faucet cachera [f] CR
hole dug into the sand in search of water (beach/lake) cachimba [f] PR AR
hole dug into the sand in search of water (beach/lake) cachimba [f] UY rur.
container used to bail water out of a boat abiela [f] CR rare
a decrease in water level, especially of a river or lake bajante [f] GT DO VE EC PY AR UY CO rare
a drop in water level bajante [f] GT DO VE EC PY AR UY CO rare
effluent water agua efluente [f]
amount of water that fits in a bucket or pail cuchumbada [f] SV
giant water bugs cucaracha de agua [f] AR UY
low lying part of a plot of land where irrigation water collects culata [f] PE rur.
water with ash or lime in which corn has been cooked cernada [f] GT HN NI
mud, branches, and dead leaves that are moved by the current and accumulate in streams or other water courses champa (del náhuatl) [f] AR:Nw
wide muzzle generally used to store water or animal feed charagua [f] VE
toxic, homemade alcoholic drink made with methylated alcohol and sugar diluted in water or soda consumed by alcoholics charamila [f] GT HN SV NI
mixture of reddish colors produced by mixing this soil with water charanda [f] MX:S,W
yellowish foam on stagnant water caparrosa [f] SV rur.
carnival game where friends throw water, flour, and streamers at each other chaya [f] CL:N AR:Nw
splash water bomb (used in carnival) chupita [f] AR rare
overripe fruit due to excess water chipagua [f] SV
round or oblong clay pot with a short thin neck, generally used for carrying water chirigua [f] VE:W
large vessel usually made of clay that is used to filter the water estiladera [f] CL rur.
hole dug on a dried river bed to search for potable water casimba [f] AR disused
hole dug on a dried river bed to search for potable water casimba [f] CU VE PE
hole dug on a dried river bed to search for potable water cazimba [f] VE
water bottle caramañola (francés) [f] CL rare
water bottle caramañola (francés) [f] CR CO PY AR UY
water bottle caramayola [f] BO
water bottle caramayola [f] CL PY disused
hole dug on the beach to search for potable water casimba [f] CU VE PE
hole dug on the beach to search for potable water casimba [f] AR disused
hole dug on the beach to search for potable water cazimba [f] VE
water bottle carimañola [f] CO
light or reflection produced by water candelilla [f] PR
trees, trunks, and weeds that funnel the water from a river and become a barrier obstructing the channel caramera [f] VE
drink prepared with hot cinnamon water and grape moonshine canelita [f] BO:S
hole dug on the beach or a dried river bed to search for potable water cazimba [f] VE
open channel that conducts water from one channel to another over a bridge or in the air canoa [f] PE CL
preparation of the infusion of yerba mate by pouring hot water into the gourd near the metal straw cebada [f] BO AR UY CL rare
pitcher or clay pot of regular size, used in the field to carry water and store liquid cantarilla [f] EC:S disused
drink made with chicha, strawberry juice, water, sugar, and other ingredients frutillada [f] PE
locale with personnel trained to fix gas and water installations parts gasfitería [f] PE rare
locale with personnel trained to fix gas and water installations parts gasfitería [f] CL
installation of water and gas in a house or building gasfitería [f] CL
set of pipes, valves, and other objects used in water and gas installations gasfitería [f] CL
refreshment made with water, sugar, and soursop guanabanada [f] VE
ceramic water bottle gicusa [f] PR rur.
cookie made with flour, water, and other ingredients galleta al agua [f] UY
cookie made with flour, water, and other ingredients galleta de agua [f] BO CL AR UY
dough prepared with potato starch, cornstarch, water, and salt, kneaded and molded into circular rolls in the shape of a flower galleta de chuño [f] BO CL
salty bakery product, made from flour, lard, water, and yeast galleta marina [f] AR UY
bakery product, salty and fat-free made of flour, water, and yeast galleta malteada [f] UY
technician specialized in the installation and repair of gas and water home installations gasfitera (inglés gasfitter) [f] CL
set of aquatic plants floating on the water surface colcha [f] BO
overflowing of water from a river correntada [f] MX HN SV NI CR EC PE BO AR UY
overflowing of water from a river correntera [f] HN BO
overflowing of water from a river correntía [f] PR
dish prepared by dissolving corn flour in hot water or milk with sugar or salt and boiling until the mixture has a thick consistency colada [f] CO EC
strong water current, generally from a river or brook correntada [f] SV NI PE BO CL AR UY
ceiling that water easily penetrates coladera [f] GT PE
soda water bottled for consumption güitig (de güitig®) [f] EC
soda water inyirela [f] SV
refreshing drink made with ground rice, cinnamon, peanuts, water, and sugar horchata [f] HN SV NI CR PA
water aerobics hidroaeróbica [f] CL
hollow in which water often stagnates joya [f] SV PR rur.
person who resolves conflicts over issues related to water jueza de aguas [f] EC
foamy water lavaza [f] PA DO PR PE BO
water with corn dough residue from washing a grinding stone for preparing pig feed lavaza [f] HN
diuretic soda prepared with roselle, water, and sugar jamaica [f] HN SV NI
product of mixing quinoa stalk ash with rice and ground anise, kneaded with water and dried in small portions, used to improve the taste of coca lejía [f] BO
water with soap suds lavaza [f] PA DO PR PE BO
group constituted by representatives of owners of agricultural farms with water supply, in order to control, regulate, and distribute the irrigation junta de vigilancia [f] CL
pumice stone water filter destiladera [f] GT PA EC AR:Nw
launching a boat back into the water after running aground desvarada [f] CL
water with residue of corn dough from washing the grinding stone for preparing pig feed aguachigua [f] SV
water with residue of corn dough from washing the grinding stone for preparing pig feed machigua [f] HN SV NI
water with any kind of residue machigua [f] HN
water with any kind of residue machigua [f] CR:N rur.
vessel used by priests to sprinkle parishioners with holy water mandraca [f] PA disused
cooking corn in water with lime or ash nisqueza [f] HN NI
underground natural water reservoir napa [f] CL AR UY
cooking corn in water with lime or ash nesquiza [f] NI
cooking corn in water with lime or ash nistamalización [f] MX HN
cooking corn in water with lime or ash nixtamalización [f] MX HN cult
earthen jar used to conserve water múcura [f] CU CO VE BO
cooking corn in water with lime or ash nisquesa [f] CR:Nw
ceramic water jug papaya [f] PE:Se rur.
roasted corn, sprinkled with sugar diluted in water pasancalla [f] BO
main water line paja [f] GT SV NI CR
water tanker pipa [f] MX HN SV NI CU
water valve pichancha [f] MX
water bill planilla [f] EC
water deposit for coffee beans subjected to a fermentation period to release the mucilage pila de fermentación [f] GT
water pump pompa (inglés pump) [f] US PR
concentration of copper or other minerals in water pulpa [f] CL
first vat of already fermented aguamiel honey water extracted from the maguey cactus in pulque production punta [f] MX
punishment for soldiers who are forced to raise their equipment and rifle above waist-high water rana [f] CO
water pitcher potisa [f] DO
water pitcher potiza [f] DO
spiritual cleaning of a house, washing with water or smoke of aromatic plants, or incense sahumada [f] EC BO:W
irrigation water guard rondadora [f] PE:S rur.
ditch made so excess water flows out sangradera [f] PE rur.
ditch made so excess water flows out sangría [f] PR PE rur.
blood and water sanguasa [f] HN CR
stones placed across a current of water to cross it saltana [f] AR:Nw
diverting water from a ravine to a pond for fishing seca [f] HN:S,W SV
water guard walaca [f] BO
electric water heater terma (de therma®) [f] PE
deep-sea fishing water pump yoma [f] CL
drink prepared with cornstarch dough soaked in water yucuta [f] VE:S
refreshment made with toasted flour, cold water, and sugar ullpada [f] AR:Nw
fermented drink of barley, water, and honey zambumbia [f] MX disused
honey sweetened water zambumbia [f] NI
water heater tina [f] CO:W
dry season between may and september when water levels are low vaciante [f] PE:E