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x {letter}  :: The 25th letter of the Spanish alphabet
x {abbr} [texting, Internet]  :: Abbreviation of "por"
X {letter}  :: The 25th letter of the Spanish alphabet
xabeque {m}  :: obsolete spelling of jabeque
xalapeña {f}  :: feminine noun of xalapeño
xalapeño {adj}  :: Xalapean; from or related to a place named Xalapa
xalapeño {m}  :: Xalapean; someone from Xalapa
xantana {m}  :: xanthan gum
xantano {m} [carbohydrate]  :: xanthan, xanthan gum
xantato {f} [organic compound]  :: xanthate
xantófila {f} [organic compound]  :: xanthophyll
xantina {f} [organic compound]  :: xanthine
xató {m}  :: xató
xate {m} [Mexico, Central America, South America]  :: the leaves of 3 palm tree species Chamaedorea ernesti-augusti, Chamaedorea elegans, and Chamaedorea oblongata; used primarily in floral arrangements
xatera {f}  :: feminine noun of xatero
xatero {m} [Mexico, Central America, South America]  :: someone who gathers xate
Xavier {prop} {m} [obsolete outside the US]  :: alternative spelling of Javier
xóchil {m} [rare, dialectal, Mexico]  :: flower
Xóchitl {prop} {f} [Central America, Mexico]  :: given name
xenía {f}  :: xenia (ancient Greek concept of hospitality)
xeneixe {m}  :: alternative form of xeneize
xeneize {mf} [soccer]  :: A fan, player, or someone involved with Boca Juniors, a team from Buenos Aires
xenófoba {f}  :: feminine noun of xenófobo
xenófobo {adj}  :: xenophobic
xenófobo {m}  :: xenophobe
xenón {m}  :: xenon
xeno- {prefix}  :: xeno-
xenobiología {f}  :: astrobiology
xenofóbico {adj}  :: xenophobic (exhibiting or characteristic of xenophobia)
xenofobia {f}  :: xenophobia
xenotrasplante {m} [surgery]  :: xenotransplant
Xeres {prop}  :: obsolete spelling of Jerez
xerófilo {adj}  :: xerophilic
xero- {prefix}  :: xero- (all senses)
xerocopiar {vt}  :: to make a photocopy of
xerocopiar {vi}  :: to photocopy
xeroftalmia {f} [pathology]  :: xerophthalmia
xerografía {f}  :: xerography (all senses)
xerografiar {v}  :: to reproduce by xerography
xerografiar {vt}  :: to make a xerography of
xerográficamente {adv}  :: xerographically
xerográfico {adj}  :: xerographic
xerojardinería {f}  :: xeriscaping
xi {f}  :: xi; the Greek letter Ξ, ξ
xilano {m} [carbohydrate]  :: xylan
xilema {m}  :: xylem
xilemático {adj}  :: xylem (attributive)
xileno {m} [organic compound]  :: xylene
xilófago {adj} [zoology]  :: xylophagous
xilófago {m} [zoology]  :: xylophage
xilófono {m}  :: xylophone
xilitol {m} [organic compound]  :: xylitol
xilo- {prefix}  :: xylo-
xilofonista {f}  :: xylophonist
xiloglucano {m} [organic compound]  :: xyloglucan
xilografía {f}  :: xylography
xilosa {f} [carbohydrate]  :: xylose
xilulosa {f} [carbohydrate]  :: xylulose
Ximena {prop} {f}  :: given name
Ximena {prop} {f}  :: The letter X in the Spanish phonetic alphabet
-xión {suffix}  :: Suffix indicating a process, action or effect, like "-ction" in English, used in a very scarce group of Spanish words, being these:
Xiquena {prop}  :: A castle in Lorca, in the region of Murcia, Spain
Xiquena {prop}  :: The letter X in the Spanish phonetic alphabet
xiringüelu {m}  :: A popular dance from Asturias, especially in Pravia
xántico {adj}  :: xanthic
Xochimilco {prop} {m}  :: One of the sixteen boroughs (delegaciones) of the Mexican Federal District
xocoatole {m} [Mexico]  :: soured atole
xoconostle {m} [Mexico]  :: A species of prickly pear cactus, Opuntia matudae, native to Central Mexico
xoconostle {m} [Mexico]  :: The acidic fruit of this cactus
xocoyote {m} [Mexico]  :: The youngest child of a family
xolo {m}  :: Mexican hairless dog
xoloitzcuintle {m}  :: Xoloitzcuintli
xoloscuintle {m}  :: Mexican hairless
xq {adv} [texting, Internet]  :: abbreviation of por qué
xq {conj} [texting, Internet]  :: abbreviation of porque
Xutixtiox {prop}  :: An archaeological site in Sacapulas (El Quiché, Guatemala).