In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(magnificence)esplendor masculinemagnificencia feminine
- The magnificence and splendor of the city is at its peak during this season.
- He lives with his wife, Mary Todd, and their children in considerable splendour in a magnificent period house in Armagh.
- Their adventurous and inquisitive nature explains their fascination with the ancient beauty and splendor of Egypt.
- The story, a fairy tale that carries a remarkable moral, is brought to animation with magnificent splendor and humor.
- This tour of past splendor only magnified the shock I received later when I heard the news, and saw the reactions all around me.
- It's another thing to be out in creation in some way or another and experience and encounter God's beauty or majesty or splendor or power.
- Just as the trek started to take its physical toll, we reached the crest of the hill and the Blue Nile Falls appeared in theatrical splendour.
- He stared up at the magnificent splendor of a truly Roman city, its grand architecture and its air of power and determination.
- Trekking is one means of discovering the country along the route, the lie of the land and enjoying nature in all its beauty and splendour.
- It was very lavish and very imposing, a grueling display of majestic splendor.
- It is an occasion celebrated with pomp and splendor, starting with colourful marches followed by vibrant speeches.
- The Queen's building itself has a magnificence and a splendour that befits its reputation.
- Arabian art, according to Streisand, has always been one of great wonder, splendour, and beauty.
- The dress still retained a richness and splendor unlike any garment she had worn since that day.
- Furniture produced during the Qing Dynasty pursued splendour and a gorgeous appearance.
- The parade showcased the nation's cultural legacy with pomp, colour and splendour.
- That place with such grandeur and splendor is enough to make me confused into thinking that I were walking on the street in Paris or in New York.
- You look around here and you can't help but realize the magnificent splendour of nature.
- The snow carpeted the land, bathing the rolling plains in a magnificent monochromic splendor.
- A modern bank building has enveloped the Palace Hotel, ornate in nineteenth-century splendour.
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