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henna
American English: /ˈhɛnə/
British English: /ˈhɛnə/

Translation of henna in Spanish:

noun

transitive verb -nas, -naing, -naed

  • to henna one's hair
    ponerse henna en el pelo
    Example sentences
    • She had her hennaed hair in a bun, running around, looking young and beautiful.
    • It is not uncommon for brides and their friends to take over a bathhouse the night before the big day and go through the rituals of washing, depilation and even hennaing the hair.
    • Her hair is hennaed to cover the grey and her figure was long ago permanently shrouded in a shapeless dress.

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