Translation of weathercock in Spanish:

weathercock

veleta, n.

Pronunciation /ˈwɛðərˌkɑk//ˈwɛðəkɒk/

noun

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    veleta feminine
    • The house contains a variety of window shapes, criss-crossing gables, beautiful Art Nouveau stained-glass windows, a corner turret with a weathercock (another one exists on top of the stables).
    • There was dancing light on the roofs and weathercocks; and a shimmering ripple out to sea.
    • She knew that she was getting nearer; the trees along the sides of the street began to look familiar, and she could almost recognize the old weathercock swinging on the roof.
    • The latter, nicknamed ‘Cock Chapel’ on account of the weathercock on top of its 125 ft spire - the tallest in Keighley - would close for worship in 1937.
    • A wooden timber frame topped with a weathercock serves as the outline of a backwoods cabin in which three brothers and their sister are orphaned when a bolt of lightning strikes.
    • ALL the city's weathervanes and banners and weathercocks held still.