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Léxico relacionado con las supersticiones

Spanish Vocabulary Builder 2/15/2008
Word: Talismán
(ta-lis-MÁN), sustantivo masculino.
English: Talisman
Etymology: Del árabe tilasm, conjuro.
Meaning: Objeto al que se atribuyen virtudes sobrenaturales o mágicas.
Topic:Léxico relacionado con las supersticiones

El talismán de tu piel me ha dicho
que soy la reina de tus caprichos.
El talismán de tu piel me cuenta que tu destino caerá a mi puerta.
El talismán, Rosana.