Dictionary of the word “Durasno”

Meaning of the word

The term “hard” is a male noun meaning “peach” in Spanish. It is used to refer to the soft and juicy pulp fruit, with a velvety bark and a seed in the center.

Origin of the word

The word “Durasno” originates in Spanish, more specifically in the dialect spoken in the region of Spain. Derives from the Latin term “Durus”, which means “hard”, in reference to the rough peach shell.

Word adverbs

Adverbs related to the word “hard” are:

  1. Hardly
  2. Hardly

Conjunctions of the word

There are no specific conjunctions related to the word “hard”.

Synonyms of the word

Some synonyms for “Durasno” are:

  • Peach
  • Melocotón (in Spanish)
  • Peach

Word Definitions

Some definitions related to the word “Durasno” are:

  1. Soft and juicy pulp fruit, with a velvety peel and a seed in the center.
  2. Peach.

Phrases that the word applies

Some phrases in which the word “Durasno” can be applied are:

  • I bought a delicious Durasno in the market.
  • The Durasno was mature and juicy.
  • I love to eat Durasno in summer.

Examples of the word in text

Example 1: For breakfast, she enjoyed a fresh hard juice.

Example 2: The grandmother’s Durasno Dam was your favorite.

Example 3: Peach is known as Durasno in some Spanish -speaking countries.

Rhymes with the word

Some words that rhyme with “Durasno” are:

  • Manso
  • Rest
  • Advance
  • Danção

Anagrams with the word

Some possible anagrams with the letters of the word “Durasno” are:

  • Andor
  • Radons
  • Probe
  • Adorn
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