Translation of lioness in Spanish:


leona, n.

Pronunciation /ˈlʌɪənɛs//ˈlaɪənəs/


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    leona feminine
    • And these two lionesses that we particularly focused on were absolutely wonderful.
    • The lionesses kill the prey but the male eats the lion's share.
    • The circus had caged its ageing lionesses in appalling conditions: broken by nearly two decades of mistreatment and malnutrition, they were found to be suffering from internal bleeding, tooth decay and blindness.
    • All the lions and lionesses here are of a hybrid stock and thus are prone to producing defective offspring, it is pointed out.
    • There was a pride of four lions - a lioness and her near-adult cubs - resting and ready to hunt when night fell.
    • Behind the bidders, above their heads, we can see a frieze of decorated tiles, its design of two lions after the same lioness humorously echoing the action below.
    • A lone cheetah, a lone tiger and an African lion and a couple of lionesses are no more exciting than small herds of kangaroo, deer, giraffe or Barbary sheep.
    • We even parked under a tree in which a young lioness was lying along a branch - a rare sight, according to our guide, as lionesses (unlike leopards) stop climbing trees when they reach four or five years old.
    • A pride of lionesses and their cubs appeared out of the bush, heading for the small pool that Glen and his wife Cindy had built the preceding year.
    • The lioness has been put on medication to increases its blood circulation and will also be made to undergo a one-hour exercise regime every day.
    • Lions and lionesses play dramatically dissimilar roles.
    • The lone male first, then the lionesses, followed the the cubs.
    • It was now being fed by a female dog because the lioness lacked the experience to raise cubs.
    • What followed was a bloody battle, where both the panther and the lioness struck blows and were struck.
    • The Tirupati zoo has six panthers, four lionesses, three tigers and also two white tigers for public viewing.
    • Most of them resemble cats, lionesses or lions; others are not obviously derived from any specific animal.
    • We pulled up within 10-feet of three lionesses and their cubs most blissfully napping.
    • Her face resembled a house cat and a lioness at the same time, with a strong muzzle but kind eyes and delicate ears.
    • We crawled away, leaving the lioness unaware she'd been spied upon.
    • An average social group of lions consists of about three lions, four or five lionesses and cubs.