Translation of swain in Spanish:

swain

mozo, n.

Pronunciation /sweɪn//sweɪn/

noun

archaic, humorous

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    mozo masculine dated
    festejante masculine dated
    • Old and blind, Juliette gave her a lock of Chateaubriand's hair when her eighty-year-old swain died.
    • Many a desperate swain would have risked life for the privilege of pressing his lips to the mysterious hand.
    • ‘You sound like a lovesick swain,’ she told him, and walked to the window.
    • In Lycidas, the poet / swain in the poem, together with the author, anticipate ‘Pastures new’ on the morrow.
    • We all loved Queen Aouda and her handsome and dashing swain, the hero of the piece, Phileas Fogg.