Translation of labyrinth in Spanish:

labyrinth

laberinto, n.

Pronunciation /ˈlæb(ə)ˌrɪnθ//ˈlab(ə)rɪnθ/

noun

  • 1

    laberinto masculine
    • It is situated in the intricate labyrinth of the Niah Caves.
    • The lanes and alleys of the Marrakech medina twist and turn through a labyrinth where excitement and mystery await you around every corner.
    • And of course, there is considerably more concerning the labyrinths of the Cathedrals of Northern France.
    • Theseus killing the Minotaur in the labyrinth of Crete, and labyrinths in general, were favorite subjects for church pavements, especially among the Gauls.
    • The original center piece has been removed and other areas of the labyrinth have been restored.
    • Ariadne is this character in Greek myth who accompanies Theseus on his dangerous expedition to the heart of the labyrinth to kill the dreaded Minotaur.
    • But they say that the inhabitants on Prangli do not know of any labyrinths on their island.
    • Macerata was built on a hill with fortress-like walls and internal streets as confusing as a labyrinth, and today it still has many of those outer walls intact.
    • Artress led the effort to reintroduce the labyrinth into the world as a spiritual tool.
    • There is only one way to get in and one way to get out, which are directly opposite of each other if you were to remove the tall walls of stone creating the confusing labyrinth.
    • Within lies a modern labyrinth arranged around the physical remains of ancient Roman town houses, together with more conventional exhibition spaces.
    • He seemed to know the labyrinth by instinct, only bothering with a lamp when the others began to stumble in the dusk.
    • The labyrinth has since ancient times been associated with the legend of the Minotaur, the monster half-man half-bull which dwelt in the heart of a labyrinth on the island of Crete.