In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1guerrero masculineguerrera feminine
- These boats were protected by two hundred mounted warriors on each side of the river.
- The kings would go out surrounded by leopards and legions of warriors.
- Bushido, the code of the samurai warrior, was the creed of the Japanese soldiers.
- She's a fighter, a warrior, as much as any man - and she does have something to fight for.
- The only hindrance being the armour and the shields that warriors of the period carried.
- Is there some cost to us of turning our warriors and soldiers into peacekeepers?
- The concept of nobility demanded that a warrior would defend his honour, and that of his family, sword in hand.
- Welsh legend told of how the souls of brave warriors flew to heaven in the form of eagles.
- It is now clear that the best soldiers are the best warriors but not necessarily the best peacekeepers.
- They accept the fact that they signed up to be warriors, and warriors fight, and often die fighting.
- Our soldiers must be warriors who understand Army Values and can work as part of a team.
- The report spoke with great seriousness of the value of women as soldiers, warriors.
- High-status warriors, nobles, and priests ate the flesh of those sacrificed.
- All through the summer the sound of weapon on shield echoed through the vale as warriors honed their fighting skills.
- Who were these fierce warriors who came from the countries that we call Denmark, Norway and Sweden today?
- You shall find her and let her know it is not acceptable to desert the way of the warriors.
- This warrior hero was ideally suited to the cinematic portrayal of the prototype Fuhrer figure.
- The Second Crusade then provides a reference point for the role of clerics and warriors.
- The only people who had to abide by any duty of standing with their lord were the warriors as can be seen by the account of the Battle of Maldon.
- Pre-Christian warriors hoped to meet a quick, short death, hopefully heroically in battle.
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