Translation of locket in Spanish:

locket

relicario, n.

Pronunciation /ˈlɒkɪt//ˈlɑkət/

noun

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    relicario masculine
    guardapelo masculine
    • She placed the gold locket inside, and closed the lid on the box lovingly.
    • There were twelve individual zodiac signs carved into the gold lockets.
    • But if it doesn't extend to jewelry in general, how about small gold lockets you each wear around your neck inside your clothes with a picture of you both inside the locket, with the wedding date inscribed on the front?
    • It was a gold necklace, with an exquisite gold chain and heart-shaped locket at the end.
    • From inside my shawl I drew out a gold locket and chain and placed it gently on top of the counter.
    • It was a tiny gold locket on a delicate chain with cursive lines etched into it.
    • She reached us and fingered the silver locket hanging around her neck.
    • A gold chain with a locket containing a picture of her late husband hung around her neck as it did every day.
    • The oval-shaped locket is nine-carat gold, and is believed to be Victorian.
    • Also on display are stringed natural pearls and chains with lockets that have American diamonds laid on silver plated with gold.
    • Her only decorations were a few small jewels in her hair, rose shaped earrings and a small silver locket on a thin chain.
    • He put his arm around her and let his fingers play with the gold chain of her locket.
    • Her hand reached up to her neck, but the chain and the locket were both missing.
    • She wore some blue velvet shoes and a silver locket around her neck.
    • I sat there staring it down, fiddling with the locket around my neck until I decided I needed to just get it over with.
    • She placed the chain around her neck and tucked the locket safely inside her blouse.
    • I was laughing as well, still unable to believe that I had such a gorgeous chain and locket around my neck.
    • Around her neck was a golden locket and, at her wrists, were gold bracelets.
    • Rachel began fingering the gold locket around her neck with her free hand as she spoke again.
    • Some shops also offer silver earrings and lockets.