In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1cima (de la montaña) femininecumbre (de la montaña) feminine
- I find it more interesting than being on a mountaintop somewhere.
- Along the way, we often got sidetracked by the mountain-top view.
- Authorities say rumors of a landslide caused panic at a mountaintop Hindu temple.
- Jewish spirituality is not achieved by meditating for years on a mountaintop, or by fasting in a reclusive monastery.
- Tourists use plank roads to get to the mountain top, walking through natural forests.
- There is something ineffable about the experience of being on a high mountaintop.
- Left barren by fires, the mountaintop reflected winter moonlight.
- Nasa is now looking at shooting satellites from guns mounted on mountain tops to change the face of rocket technology.
- Exploring your spiritual path can take place on a mountain-top or in a university classroom.
- Imagine yourself in your favorite restful place - maybe on the beach, by a stream or on a mountain top.
- Then on Sunday there will be Mass on the mountain top every half hour from 10 am to 2pm.
- A treasure trove of undiscovered marine life has been found on an underwater mountain top in the Caribbean.
- His home is one of the many luxurious homes built on the mountain-top.
- The first revolt was remarkable for the continued resistance of the Jewish mountain-top stronghold of Masada by the Dead Sea.
- For this, he said, would be the last southern Arizona mountaintop to be shaved off in the name of science.
- Through the barred windows I saw what looked like forest fire flames dancing on mountaintops at the juncture with the skyline.
- It has even been known to snow in May on the mountain top.
- Discovered in 1980, the little greenish bird has only been sighted on two mountaintops along a treacherous ridge outside Rio de Janeiro.
- Or I may once again spend all my time walking along the city walls, gazing in awe at the mountaintop views.
- No matter where one lives, a deserted beach or mountaintop or forest is never far away.
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