ñame


ñame
m.
yam, sweet potato.
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ñame
nombre masculino
1 ESPAÑOL AMERICANO yam
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SM yam
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masculino yam
* * *
= sweet potato, yam, cocoyam.
Ex. The author discusses the shortcomings of the Dewey Decimal Classification Scheme in the indexing of African staple crops, namely cassava, cocoyam, ginger, Irish potato, sweet potato and yam.
Ex. The author discusses the shortcomings of the Dewey Decimal Classification Scheme in the indexing of African staple crops, namely cassava, cocoyam, ginger, Irish potato, sweet potato and yam.
Ex. The author discusses the shortcomings of the Dewey Decimal Classification Scheme in the indexing of African staple crops, namely cassava, cocoyam, ginger, Irish potato, sweet potato and yam.
* * *
masculino yam
* * *
= sweet potato, yam, cocoyam.

Ex: The author discusses the shortcomings of the Dewey Decimal Classification Scheme in the indexing of African staple crops, namely cassava, cocoyam, ginger, Irish potato, sweet potato and yam.

Ex: The author discusses the shortcomings of the Dewey Decimal Classification Scheme in the indexing of African staple crops, namely cassava, cocoyam, ginger, Irish potato, sweet potato and yam.
Ex: The author discusses the shortcomings of the Dewey Decimal Classification Scheme in the indexing of African staple crops, namely cassava, cocoyam, ginger, Irish potato, sweet potato and yam.

* * *
ñame
masculine
yam
* * *

 

ñame sustantivo masculino LAm yam
'ñame' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
aparecer
- apellido
- apuntarse
- betún
- conocer
- decir
- denominar
- dña
- escriturar
- esculpir
- falsa
- falso
- gentilicio
- honra
- impronunciable
- jota
- ligarse
- llamar
- llamarse
- mentar
- nombrar
- nombre
- nominalmente
- nominativa
- nominativo
- pila
- recordar
- remite
- santa
- santo
- sonar
- topónimo
- tratar
- tuntún
- tutearse
- verde
- apelativo
- apuntar
- bautizar
- be
- cambiar
- ce
- cómo
- común
- de
- doble
- efe
- ele
- eme
- ene
English:
bell
- belt out
- blare out I
- blunder
- blurt out
- brand name
- but
- byword
- call
- caller
- carve
- Christian name
- code name
- disclose
- distinctly
- elude
- escape
- faintly
- family name
- female
- file name
- fill in
- find out
- first name
- go under
- granddaughter
- leave out
- maiden name
- margin
- mispronounce
- misspell
- mud
- name
- name-calling
- name-dropper
- name-dropping
- omit
- pen name
- penny
- progress
- put
- scrawl
- term
- think
- unprecedented
- waiting list
- what
- what's her
- what's his
- what's its-name
* * *
ñame nm
CAm, Carib, Col yam
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ñame
m BOT yam
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ñame nm
: yam

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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