In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1acuariano masculineacuariana feminineAcuarioacuarioAquarians are creative — los (de) Acuario / los del signo de Acuario / los acuarianos son creativos
- It may not surprise you Aquarians to learn that your sign governs electricity.
- Very philosophical, Aquarians tend to be very tolerant of other faiths and cultures, and of all of the signs, Aquarians are least likely to be troubled by entering a mixed faith marriage.
- Like all air signs, Aquarians carry the double-edged gift of being able to detach their reason from their emotions, allowing them to rationalise their feelings and override base instincts or lustful passions.
- Whatever route they take, whether rebels or homecoming queens, Libras, Gemini and Aquarians need to be part of it.
- There are two types of Aquarians when it comes to sex.
1acuarianode los (de) Acuario
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