Today's WOTD is: "tulipán" = tulip
In Spanish, “tulipán” is a masculine noun of Turkish/ Persian origin, which means tulip.
An expression with the word “tulipán” is:
- Tulipán negro (black tulip);
A couple of examples of the use of the word "tulipán" are:
- Holanda produce y exporta muchos tulipanes (Holland produces and exports lots of tulips);
- El tulipán negro es el título de una novela de Alejandro Dumas (The Black Tulip is the title of a novel by Alexander Dumas);
Love-Spanish.com loves the word "tulipán" in the YouTube clip: Tulipan- Amaia Montero
For more on the word "tulipán", visit: Wordreference.com/ Tulipán
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