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ánima

Translation of ánima in English:

sustantivo femenino (con artículo masculino en el singular)

Example sentences
  • En la Burkina-Faso de hoy, la religión de las tribus es animista, es decir, veneran a las ánimas o espíritus malos y buenos.
  • Lo hacía para asustar a las personas miedosas, que creían que era el ánima del difunto.
  • El Alcalde Muñiz estuvo en el acto de reinauguración de la Capilla del ánima Agustín Parasco.

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