Wednesday, 12 June 2013


Today's WOTD is: "azucena" = lily

In Spanish, “azucena” is a feminine noun of Arabic origin, which means lily. The Spanish noun “azucena” is also commonly used as a girl's name.

An expression with the word “azucena” is:

  • Azucena de agua (water lily);

A couple of examples of the use of the word "azucena" are:
  • Tu amiga se llama Azucena, ¿verdad? (your friend's name is Azucena, isn't it?);
  • Esas azucenas de agua son preciosas (those water lilies are lovely); loves the word "azucena" in the YouTube clip: Azucena la de jalisco Rezaré

For more on the word "azucena", visit: Azucena

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