vieja

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin vetula

Adjective[edit]

vieja

  1. feminine form of viejo

Noun[edit]

vieja f (plural viejas, masculine viejo)

  1. Feminine of viejo
  2. wife, (spouse): little woman

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Usage notes[edit]

  • Such as its masculine form, vieja may mean "a certain woman", also "a female sexual companion or partner", or "sweetheart, honey", but may have a derogative context, specially when applied to a woman unrelated to the man who says it, or when using a bad tone or said with sexual connotation.