In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1buenas noches femeninobefore noun goodnight kiss — beso de las buenas noches masculino
- Sliding Ashley's board back into its proper place, he gave her a kiss on the cheek and said goodnight.
- When they said goodnight, she slipped Adam her number and gave him a kiss on the cheek.
- If it wasn't that then they either gave me a thumbs up or said goodnight.
- Lily said goodnight to everyone and went back to her room where A.J. had already practically passed out.
- The hour was getting late and the families said goodnight to each other.
- They said goodnight; the guys watched them close the door behind them and then continued on their way.
- We both said goodnight and went to our rooms which were in separate towers.
- He kissed my palm and placed it gently beside my head before he stood up and said goodnight.
- She nodded as he said goodnight and didn't even hear him close the door.
- She quickly plugged her cell phone number into his phone and with another kiss they said goodnight and parted.
- He lay on the pile next to me, said goodnight, and in a few minutes was lightly snoring.
- After she apologized for keeping him up for so long, she kissed his cheek and said goodnight to him.
- He ruffled her hair slightly, and then said goodnight and left the room.
- Telling us she might drop by, she cleared our tables and said goodnight.
- Feeling tense I said goodnight myself and ambled off to my room for the night.
- Everyone said goodnight and made their way to their respective bedrooms.
- Then she kissed him on the cheek, said goodnight and was in the door before Shaun had enough time to respond.
- I was too embarrassed to look at him when I clicked the light off and said goodnight.
- I said goodnight to her, and snuck out the front door after she locked up.
- Clive nodded, still trying to get his pipe to hold a flame and Katie said goodnight.
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