Today's WOTD is: "nardo" = spikenard
In Spanish, “nardo” is a masculine noun of Latin origin, which is used to refer to the flower of the spikenard or nard plant. The spikenard flower may also be know in English as a tuberose.
An expression with the word “nardo” is:
- Nardo índico (Indian spikenard);
An example of the use of the word "nardo" is:
- El nardo índico se cultiva en la India (the Indian spikenard is grown in India);
Love-Spanish.com loves the word "nardo" in the YouTube clip: Sara Montiel - Los Nardos
For more on the word "nardo", visit: Wordreference.com/es/ Nardo
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