User:Matthias Buchmeier/es-en-z

Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary
Jump to: navigation, search
Z {letter}  :: The 27th letter of the Spanish alphabet
za {interj} [usually said to an animal]  :: scat, get out of here
ZA {abbr}  :: Zacatecas (Mexican state)
zabeca {f} [vesre]  :: head
zabordar {v} [nautical]  :: to run aground
zabullir {v}  :: to submerge
Zabulón {prop}  :: Zebulun [biblical character]
zacamecate {m} [Mexico]  :: A scourer made from plant fiber
Zacapa {prop}  :: Zacapa (placename)
zacatal {m} [Central America, Mexico]  :: grassland, pasture
zacate {m} [Mexico, Central America, Philippines, California, Texas]  :: grass; forage
zacate {m} [Mexico, colloquial]  :: hay
zacate {m} [Mexico, colloquial]  :: scourer
zacatecano {adj}  :: Of or pertaining to the Mexican state of Zacatecas
Zacatecas {prop}  :: Zacatecas (placename)
zacatero {m} [chiefly, Nicaragua]  :: One who works with hay either by cutting or selling it
zacatuche {m} [Mexico]  :: volcano rabbit
zafacón {m} [Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic]  :: wastebasket
zafar {vr}  :: To come undone; to loosen up
zafar {vr}  :: To free oneself of; to get free of
zafar {vt}  :: To loosen; to untie
zafarrancho {m} [colloquial]  :: destruction
zafarrancho {m} [colloquial]  :: rumpus, quarrel, row, shindy, dustup
zafarrancho {m} [nautical]  :: clearing the decks
zafarse {vr}  :: reflexive form of zafar
zafiedad {f}  :: coarseness, rudeness
zafio {adj}  :: coarse; crude; crass
zafiro {m}  :: sapphire
zafra {f}  :: colander (kitchen utensil)
zafra {f}  :: oil bottle
zafra {f}  :: season (part of the year when something happens)
zafral {adj}  :: seasonal
zaga {f}  :: rear (back part of someone or something)
zaga {f} [sports]  :: defense, rearguard
zagal {m}  :: boy, lad, youth
Zagreb {prop}  :: Zagreb
zagual {m}  :: canoe paddle
zaguero {m} [soccer]  :: fullback
zaguán {m}  :: vestibule; front hall or entryway; foyer
zaherir {v}  :: to criticize severely
zaherir {v}  :: to wound
zahones {m}  :: chaps
zaida {f}  :: demoiselle crane, Anthropoides virgo
zaino {adj}  :: chestnut (color)
Zaire {prop}  :: Zaire
zaireño {adj}  :: Zairian
zaireño {f}  :: Zairian
zalamería {f}  :: sweet-talk; flattery
zalamero {adj}  :: flattering, fawning, smarmy
zalamero {f}  :: flatterer; sweet talker
zamacueca {f} [Chile, Peru]  :: a folk dance and the music that goes with it
zamacueca {f}  :: (Puerto Rico) hypocrite
Zambia {prop}  :: Zambia
zambiano {adj}  :: Zambian; of or relating to Zambia
zambiano {f}  :: Zambian; citizen of Zambia
zambo {adj}  :: Sambo
zamboangueño chavacano {m}  :: Zamboanga Chavacano
zambomba {f}  :: zambomba
zambombazo {m}  :: boom, bash, thud
zambombazo {m}  :: popping, explosion
zambra {f} [figurative]  :: uproar
zambra {f}  :: gypsy dance, zambra
zambullida {f}  :: dive, plunge
zambullir {vr}  :: to dive
zambullirse {vr}  :: to dive; to plunge
Zamora {prop}  :: Spanish surname
Zamora {prop}  :: Zamora (placename)
Zamora {prop}  :: Zamora (placename)
zamorano {adj}  :: Of, relating to, or inhabiting any of a number of places bearing the name "Zamora," including those in Spain, Venezuela, and Mexico
zamorano {f}  :: An inhabitant of any of a number of places bearing the name "Zamora," including those in Spain, Venezuela, and Mexico
zampabollos {m} [colloquial]  :: glutton
zampar {vt} [colloquial]  :: to tuck or hide away
zampar {vtr} [colloquial, also reflexive]  :: to scoff; wolf down (to eat or drink rapidly)
zampatortas {m} [colloquial]  :: glutton
zampoña {f}  :: pan flute
zampullín cuellinegro {m}  :: The black-necked grebe. A freshwater bird
zanahoria {f}  :: carrot
zanca {m}  :: leg
zancada {f}  :: step; stride; pace
zancadilla {f} [colloquial]  :: ruse; trick
zancadilla {f}  :: misstep, stumble; trip
zancadillear {vt}  :: to trip someone up; to hinder
zancajear {v}  :: to rush from one place to another
zanco {m}  :: stilt (a pole used for walking)
zancuda {f}  :: wading bird (aves zancudas)
zancudo {adj}  :: long-legged
zancudo {m} [Latin America]  :: mosquito
zanganear {v}  :: to drone
zanganear {v}  :: to loaf
zanja {f}  :: ditch; trench
zanjar {v}  :: to dig a trench
zanjar {v}  :: to remove difficulties
zanjar {v}  :: to resolve; to settle
zanjero {m}  :: An official in charge of water supplies
zapallo {m}  :: pumpkin, gourd
zapallo {m}  :: zucchini, courgette
zapapico {m}  :: pickaxe
zapar {v}  :: to sap
zapar {v}  :: to undermine
zapata {f} [automotive]  :: brake shoe
zapata {f}  :: washer
Zapata {prop}  :: Spanish surname
Zapata {prop}  :: The letter L in the Spanish phonetic alphabet
zapatazo {m}  :: blow with a shoe
zapatazo {m}  :: strong kick
zapatear {v}  :: to give the boot; to dismiss
zapatera {f}  :: feminine noun of zapatero
zapatería {f}  :: cobbler; shoemaker's
zapatería {f}  :: shoe factory; shoestore
zapateril {adj} [politics]  :: Pertaining to the governance of José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, Prime Minister of Spain between 2004 and 2011
zapaterismo {m}  :: The ideology of followers of the former prime minister of Spain, José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero
zapatero {adj}  :: tough; undercooked
zapatero {f} [insects]  :: water strider
zapatero {f}  :: shoemaker; cobbler
Zapatero {prop}  :: Spanish surname
zapatero, a tus zapatos {phrase} [idiomatic]  :: cobbler, stick to thy last. Used to critize someone who opines about a subject without knowing it
zapatiesta {f} [colloquial]  :: shindy, slanging match
zapatilla {f}  :: cleat
zapatilla {f}  :: slipper (house shoe)
zapatilla {f}  :: sneaker
zapatillazo {m} [figurative]  :: piece of one's mind
zapatillazo {m}  :: whack with a shoe
zapatismo {m}  :: Zapatismo
zapatón {m} [Latin America]  :: overshoe, galosh
zapato {m}  :: shoe
zapear {v} [Spain]  :: to channel hop
zapeo {m} [Spain]  :: channel hopping
zapán {f} [vesre]  :: paunch
zapote {m}  :: mamey sapote
zapoteca {f}  :: Zapotec
zapoteco {adj}  :: Zapotec
zapoteco {f}  :: Zapotec
zapoteco {m}  :: Zapotec (language)
zapote mamey {m}  :: The mamey sapote
zapping {m} [Spain]  :: channel hopping, channel surfing
zar {m}  :: tsar, czar
zaragata {f} [colloquial]  :: disorder; confusion
zaragata {f} [colloquial]  :: quarrel; fight
zaragüellos {m}  :: overalls
zaragocí {adj}  :: Saragossan
zaragocí {m}  :: Saragossan
Zaragoza {prop}  :: Zaragoza (placename)
Zaragoza {prop}  :: Zaragoza (placename)
zaragozano {adj}  :: From Saragossa (Zaragoza); Saragossan
zaragozano {f}  :: A person from Saragossa (Zaragoza); Saragossan
zarandajas {f}  :: trifles, petty things
zarandear {vt}  :: to shake, to jiggle
zarandear {vt}  :: to sift, to sieve
zarapatera {f}  :: A Peruvian dish made of the meat of tortoise (especially the yellow-footed tortoise)
zarapito {m}  :: curlew
zaratán {m}  :: breast cancer
zarcillo {m}  :: (botany) tendril
zarigüeya {f}  :: opossum
zarina {f}  :: tsarina, czarina
zarismo {m}  :: czarism
zarista {adj}  :: czarist
zarista {m}  :: czarist
zarpa {f}  :: claw
zarpa {f}  :: paw
zarpar {vi} [nautical]  :: to embark; to set sail
zarpazo {m}  :: a hit with a claw or paw
zarpazo {m}  :: clawing action
zarpazo {m}  :: thud
zarrapastroso {adj}  :: unkempt; untidy
zarza {f}  :: blackberry bush
zarza {f}  :: bramble
zarza armeniana {f}  :: Himalayan blackberry
zarza boysen {f}  :: boysenberry
zarza californiana {f}  :: Douglas berry
zarza de boysen {f}  :: boysenberry
zarza de California {f}  :: Douglas berry
zarza de olallie {f}  :: olallieberry
zarza de Young {f}  :: youngberry
zarza douglas {f}  :: Douglas berry
zarza himalayana {f}  :: Himalayan blackberry
zarzal {m}  :: bramble
zarzal {m}  :: underbrush
zarzamora {f}  :: blackberry
zarzamora {f}  :: blackberry bush; bramble
zarza olalia {f}  :: olallieberry
zarza pajarera {f}  :: dewberry
zarzaparilla {f}  :: sarsaparilla
zarzaparrilla {f}  :: The sarsaparilla (sasparilla) plant
zarzaparrilla {f}  :: The soft drink sarsaparilla
zarzuela {f} [music]  :: zarzuela
zas {interj}  :: bang!
zayin {f}  :: zayin
zayn {f}  :: zayin; the Hebrew letter ז
zócalo {m} [architecture]  :: socle, base, footing, skirting, skirting board; frieze
zócalo {m} [chiefly, Mexico]  :: public square, town square, plaza, zocalo
zódiac {f}  :: RIB, motorized rubber dinghy
zeatina {f} [biochemistry]  :: zeatin
zeaxantina {f} [organic compound]  :: zeaxanthin
Zebedeo {prop}  :: Zebedee
zebra {f}  :: obsolete spelling of cebra
zelador {f}  :: zealot, zealotist
zelo {m}  :: obsolete form of celo
Zemfira {prop}  :: A transliteration of the Russian female given name Земфи́ра
zempasúchil {m} [Mexico]  :: Variant of cempasúchil
zenit {m}  :: obsolete spelling of cenit
zepelín {m}  :: zeppelin
zeptogramo {m}  :: zeptogram
zeta {f}  :: the letter Z
zeta {f}  :: theta; the Greek letter Θ, θ
zeta {f}  :: zeta; the Greek letter Ζ, ζ
zettametro {m}  :: zettametre
zeugma {m} [rhetoric]  :: zeugma
zeugmático {adj}  :: zeugmatic
Zeus {prop} [Greek god]  :: Zeus
zigomorfo {adj} [biology]  :: zygomorphic (having bilateral symmetry)
zigoto {m}  :: zygote
zigurat {m}  :: ziggurat
zigzag {m}  :: zigzag
zigzagueante {adj}  :: Zigzagging; winding, curving, or twisting
zigzaguear {vi}  :: to zigzag
zigzagueo {m}  :: the action of zigzagging
zimasa {f} [enzyme]  :: zymase
Zimbabue {prop}  :: Zimbabwe
zimbabuense {adj}  :: Zimbabwean
zimbabuense {m}  :: Zimbabwean
zimógeno {m} [biochemistry]  :: zymogen
Zinacantán {prop}  :: Zinacantán
zinc {m}  :: alternative spelling of cinc
zine {m}  :: A zine
Zinfandel {m}  :: zinfandel
zinnia {f}  :: zinnia
ZIP {acronym}  :: Zona Industrial de Procesamiento (Exportación) or Zona Industrial para el Procesamiento de las Exportaciones
zircón {m}  :: zircon
zirconita {f}  :: zirconite
zizaña {f}  :: obsolete spelling of cizaña
zángano {m}  :: drone bee
zángano {m}  :: idler, loafer
zángano {m}  :: sponger, scrounger
zocato {adj} [colloquial]  :: left-handed
zoco {adj}  :: left-handed
zoco {m}  :: souq (market)
zodíaco {m}  :: zodiac
zodiacal {adj}  :: zodiacal
zodiaco {m}  :: zodiac
zoóloga {f}  :: feminine noun of zoólogo
zoólogo {f}  :: zoologist
zombi {m}  :: zombie
zombificar {v}  :: to zombify (convert into a zombie)
zompantli {m}  :: In some Mesoamerican civilizations, a wooden rack or palisade used for the public display of human skulls
zona {f}  :: zone, district, area
zona erógena {f}  :: erogenous zone
zona horaria {f}  :: time zone
zonal {adj}  :: zonal
zonzo {adj}  :: silly; stupid
zonzo {f}  :: idiot; dunce
zoo {m}  :: zoo
zoo- {prefix}  :: zoo-
-zoo {suffix} [zoology]  :: -zoan
zoofilia {f}  :: zoophilia
zoofobia {f}  :: zoophobia
zoografía {f}  :: zoography
zoológico {adj}  :: zoological
zoológico {m}  :: zoo
zoología {f}  :: zoology
zooplancton {m}  :: zooplankton
zopenca {f}  :: feminine form of zopenco
zopenco {adj}  :: stupid, idiotic
zopenco {f}  :: idiot
zopilote {m}  :: a zopilote, a buzzard, a vulture
zoquete {m} [colloquial]  :: blockhead; oaf
zoroastrianismo {m}  :: alternative form of zoroastrismo
zoroastriano {adj}  :: Zoroastrian
zoroastrismo {m}  :: Zoroastrianism
Zoroastro {prop}  :: Zoroaster
zorra {f} [colloquial]  :: a cunning woman
zorra {f} [colloquial]  :: an attractive woman
zorra {f} [colloquial]  :: prostitute
zorra {f}  :: vixen; female fox
zorrastrón {adj} [colloquial]  :: wily, crafty
zorrastrón {m}  :: A rogue; a wily person
zorrear {v} [vulgar]  :: to whore, act like a slut
zorrete {m} [Argentina]  :: fox
zorrillo {m}  :: skunk
zorrita {f}  :: diminutive form of zorra
zorro {adj}  :: clever, crafty, sly
zorro {m} [Argentina]  :: jack (device used to raise and temporarily support a heavy object)
zorro {m} [by extension, figuratively]  :: beacon
zorro {m} [by extension, figuratively]  :: fox (sly or cunning person)
zorro {m}  :: fox (carnivore)
zorro gris {m}  :: The South American gray fox
zorro patagónico {m}  :: The South American gray fox
zorzal {m}  :: thrush
zotol {m} [Mexico]  :: alternative spelling of sotol
zozobra {f}  :: anxiety; worry
zozobrar {v} [nautical]  :: to capsize, to founder, to sink
zozobrar {v} [of a business, or project]  :: To fail
zozobrar {v} [of a person]  :: To worry, or fret. To be anxious
zíper {m} [chiefly, Central America, and, Mexico]  :: zipper
Zúrich {prop}  :: Zürich (placename)
zuavo {m}  :: Zouave
zueco {m}  :: clog (shoe)
zueco {m}  :: galosh
zuñi {m}  :: The Zuni (people)
zulú {adj}  :: Zulu
zulú {m}  :: Zulu
zulú {m}  :: Zulu (language)
zulla {f} [colloquial]  :: human excrement, feces
zulla {f}  :: French honeysuckle (Hedysarum coronarium)
Zulma {prop}  :: female given name
zulo {m}  :: cache, hiding place
zumacal {m}  :: sumach plantation
zumacar {m}  :: sumach plantation
zumaque {m}  :: sumac
zumaya {f} [Andalusia]  :: screech owl
zumba {f}  :: bashing, beating
zumbar {v} [colloquial]  :: to screw, shag (have sex)
zumbar {vi}  :: to hum; to buzz
zumbar {vt}  :: to hit
zumbar {vt}  :: to mock
zumbido {m}  :: buzz, hum (a buzzing or humming noise)
zumillo {m} [plant]  :: cuckoo pint, Arum italicum
zumillo {m} [plant]  :: dragon arum, Dracunculus vulgaris
zumillo {m} [plant]  :: friar's cowl, Arisarum vulgare
zumo {m}  :: extract, herbal tincture
zumo {m}  :: profit, gain
zumo {m} [Spain]  :: juice
zumoso {adj}  :: juicy (having lots of juice)
zunga {f}  :: thong (swimwear)
zuquini {m}  :: (irregular) zucchini
zurcir {vt}  :: to darn; to mend
zurda {f}  :: feminine noun of zurdo
zurdazo {m}  :: left-handed punch, backhand
zurdito {adj}  :: diminutive form of zurdo
zurdo {adj}  :: left-handed
zurdo {f}  :: left-handed person
zurear {v}  :: to coo
zuro {m} [Spain]  :: corncob
zurracapote {f}  :: zurracapote
zurrar {v}  :: to thrash, thwack
zurriagazo {m}  :: lash, stroke (of whip)
zurriagazo {m}  :: misfortune
zurriago {m}  :: bullwhip
zurriar {v}  :: to buzz, whirr
zurrir {v}  :: to whir
zurrón {m}  :: globe daisy
zurrón {m}  :: Lincolnshire spinach
zurrona {f} [colloquial]  :: loose woman, tramp
zurubí {m} [Argentina, Bolivia]  :: alternative spelling of surubí
zurullo {m} [colloquial, slang]  :: turd
zutana {f}  :: feminine noun of zutano
zutano {f}  :: what's-his-name; so-and-so
zuzar {v}  :: to incite
zwitterión {m} [chemistry]  :: zwitterion
zwitteriónico {adj} [chemistry]  :: zwitterionic