In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(fire) encender(fire) prender(interest) despertar(passion) encender
- During this holiday, another tradition has all the fires in the village extinguished, and the ‘Need fire’ is kindled.
- They mix with the crowd telling stories and dropping one-liners to kindle interest and build suspense.
- Surely a preacher can warm his heart at the fires these men have kindled.
- The mind is not a vessel to be filled, but a fire to be kindled.
- This kindles something inside of them, which will hopefully grow into a love for the environment as they get older.
- Last night I built the first fire I've kindled in years and it came back to me, that instinctual pull of watching the flames catch, of stirring the embers, and poking the logs until they burn brightly.
- Moreover, student involvement and curiosity will be kindled when they bring waste material for conducting these experiments, he adds.
- Rajagopal, one of Thyagu's university teachers, further kindled his interest by inspiring him to participate in research work being done at that time on the history of Sanskrit.
- A signal fire, kindled with the lens of Piggy's glasses, is established on the mountain to call passing ships to their rescue while shelters are constructed.
- The mitzvah of kindling the Chanukah lights begins with sunset.
- They promptly take the ball and throw it in a fire they have kindled in a 55-gallon barrel.
- This was the reason it happened, to reveal in advance the defining event of the New Testament, like a mirror catching its light even before the light was kindled.
- It is this creative act of citizenship that kindles hope and inspires action beyond bureaucratic bounds.
- It is a firm belief that this inner light can be kindled to brilliance through yogic practices.
- All that could be carried off was taken, all that could not was wasted by the fires they kindled, even onto the humblest grain store-house of the poor cottars.
- I closed my eyes and was mildly perturbed to find the news didn't really kindle any emotion in me.
- This fusion of martial and performing arts is sure to kindle the curiosity of the young, who adapt easily to innovations.
- John's baptismal water may put out some of the fires we have kindled ourselves.
- Events such as Bangalore Habba kindle the emotions of people, she added.
- Nor was it ignorance that spurred him to fashion numerous additional devices that ensured his plague picture would kindle its audience's most painful passions.
- The fire that had been kindled in my skull leaked and spread into my veins, arteries, every pore, and traveled the length of my body, infusing all with heat.
- His interest is further kindled with the arrival of the balloonist's granddaughter, the combative Kate.
- We hope the foregoing non-exhaustive recital will serve to kindle pride and interest in our collective heritage.
- A delicate mission, perhaps, to kindle friendship or extend love, but such is the structure of a psychology burdened by confrontation of animal hunger.
- The housekeeper had put a fragrant pot of balsam in the window and kindled a pine-knot fire in the brazier.
- It is this bent nose that kindled our curiosity and prompted our investigation.
- Frasier invites her home for drinks with hopes of kindling a romance, but is miffed when Martin captures her attention instead.
- So from early July, the Carnival spirit had already been kindled in my soul.
- Until this time, most of the population lived in dark, smoke-filled cottages heated by open fires kindled in the centre of an ‘open hall’.
- Due to the chill brought by the surrounding rain, a large fire had been kindled in the fireplace next to her bed.
- A boy from the Jewish Quarter's religious youth movement kindled the Chanukah lights in large cans on an embankment near the gate.
- Even in a division starved of a genuine relegation dogfight, this was an important marker of progress, while for the visitors, authentic promotion hopes have been kindled of late.
- Now the Scriptures ascribe such dispositions to God: the anger of the Lord, says the psalm, was kindled against his people.
- Using the materials Anthak brought him, he quickly kindled a small hot fire under the tripod.
- The loving care and concern for the monument evinced by the volunteers, park rangers and staff members, has an infectious effect, kindling a similar feeling in the visitors, young and old alike.
- The awareness created among the backward communities has kindled their interest in conditions in other parts of the world.
- My interest in flying was first kindled in 2000 when our school toured the air force museum in Pretoria.
- What a great fire had been kindled from such a little spark…
- The black fire that Goud had kindled in the 1960s now blazes with a new maturity, a new candour.
- Sent by God, however, he came to bear witness concerning the true light that kindles all lights.
1(wood/twigs) prender(wood/twigs) encenderse(desire/enthusiasm) encenderse(enthusiasm/desire) despertar
- It should be clear that the best antidote to radicalism and terror is the tolerance and hope kindled in free societies.
- Maybe we waited too long, killed the flames of lust before they even kindled.
- For the first time since the battle, Dovark actually had a slimmer of hope kindling within him.
- In an unlikely romance that kindles between two single New Yorkers at an airport, they cross paths for a long while till they have the courage to finally make a connection.
- Hope of escape kindled within as the terror of bondage loosened.
- Barely controlled fury kindled in Kayline's eyes.
- It was mid-afternoon when Arun knelt beside the fledgling, a faint hope kindling.
- Hope had kindled in her heart when news of her pregnancy came, praying to the gods she'd have something to live for.
- It was replaced with a cold rage kindling in the pit of her stomach as she stared at her so called father.
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