In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(constellation)Acuariohe was born under Aquarius — nació bajo el signo de Acuario
- I'm Aquarius — soy (de) Acuario
2(person)Acuario femeninoacuario femeninoacuariano masculinoacuariana femenino
- Stop trying to do that intellectual air sign thing, Aquarius.
- To host a successful party, you don't have to be über-organized, which for an Aquarius is always a blessing.
- I once asked my totem why I have a Fire totem when I am an Aquarius, an Air sign in every sense of the word.
- He's an Aquarius just like me!
- For example, in occidental astrology I'm Aquarius and in vedic astrology I'm Capricorn.
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