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Spanish Word of the Day: Talismán

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Talismán

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
Example:

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.

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