Translation of longhair in Spanish:


melenudo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈlɒŋhɛː//ˈlɔŋˌhɛ(ə)r/


  • 1

    • 1.1derogatory (hippy)

      melenudo masculine informal derogatory
      melenuda feminine informal derogatory
      • One day, in comes a gangly, loud-talking hippie longhair sporting a shirt fresh off the dirty laundry pile.
      • These three longhairs hinted at greatness on their first EP, but with this new joint they are clearly the ones to beat on the Canadian underground rock scene.
      • He is no jive-talking longhair who spouts about ‘universal brotherhood’ and ‘sharing’ all the way to the bank.
      • The transcript doesn't say who it was, but the question itself makes you wonder how the blazes some Linux-loving hippy longhair got into the meeting in the first place.
      • Unfortunately, it has already been written that these lame-brained longhairs are destined to be huge.
      • Travis, Dallas, Sean and Mike look like the kind of disreputable longhairs that southern sheriffs were always trying to run out of town in movies from the Sixties.

    • 1.2US derogatory (intellectual)

      intelectualoide feminine derogatory
      progre feminine informal derogatory
      buena onda masculine Mexico informal derogatory

  • 2

    gato de pelo largo masculine
    • Cat registries could, however, stop you from showing the descendants of those longhairs and from using such cats legitimately in your breeding program.
    • A black-and-white longhair sniffs her way around her new home, stops and scratches.
    • Some associations followed TICA's lead and permitted exotic longhairs to compete as Persians because they look like Persians and if bred to Persians will produce nothing but longhaired kittens.
    • This process was accelerated, one suspects, by the introduction of colorpoint longhairs to Birman breeding programs.
    • They include many popular breeds as well as non-pedigreed longhairs and shorthairs.
    • The village was run over with stray cats, tabbies, longhairs, shorthairs, tomcats, and all other imaginable breeds, even the Casper Cat (known for its lack of whiskers and hair).