In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1sexagenario masculinesexagenaria feminine
- This sexagenarian does not have even a basic tool such as a good harmonium to aid him in singing to his heart's content.
- Both men, now sexagenarians, have kept faithful to the classic styles.
- The soft-spoken sexagenarian might seem an unlikely expert on talk.
- Delegates will replace de Rossa as party president with another sexagenarian, Michael D Higgins.
- Consider his last trip to Britain, when the sexagenarian visited his 97-year-old mother.
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