In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(on monument, coin)inscripción feminine
- Below it, all over the superbly manicured gardens on the slopes, are memorials and stirring inscriptions.
- Items feature Hebrew letters or inscriptions either associated with religious customs or used as ceremonial objects.
- They were engraved with inscriptions, and often buried with the dead.
- The inscriptions on the dials of the clock tower were no longer legible.
- The history of the Main will be noted by sidewalk inscriptions of the year of construction of each building.
- The images, figures and inscriptions in traditional public art claimed to represent something common to everybody.
- The lowest tier is decorated with royal heraldry and with open books, presumably once with painted inscriptions.
- These inscriptions are not just in another language, they do not seem to offer names or dates at all.
- They are unreadable inscriptions, and as such convey the permanence and provisionality of all inscription.
- The remains of the six were placed in one coffin that had been brightly painted in medieval style and bearing Latin inscriptions.
- His work on transcribing tombstone inscriptions was highly valued by students of history and genealogy.
- The more temporary Greeks left gymnasia, statues, temples and inscriptions as far east as Afghanistan.
- The main gate and the watchtower still stand with their ironwork inscriptions, ‘Each to his own’.
- It was named that because the inscriptions on the headstones were in a Cyrillic script.
- It's typical of Hellenistic inscriptions, you see, the letter forms.
- But the inscriptions written in ink or embroidered on the bags suggest they may have been used for another purpose.
- They control everything from the type and size of vases to the inscriptions on the headstones.
- She has devoted half of her lifetime to the study of inscriptions.
- You got the essays back covered in brutal red inscriptions.
- The excavations haven't found any such images or identifying inscriptions.
2(in book)dedicatoria feminine
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