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Sacred and Pure: Kadosh is a term that comes from ancient Hebrew and means “sacred” or “pure.” It refers to something or someone that is considered special and set apart for a divine or religious purpose.
Dancing is a form of artistic expression that uses body movement to convey emotions and feelings.
The “Rainbow Kiss” is an intimate and unconventional practice that occurs during the act of kissing between a menstruating person and their partner. It involves mixing both individuals’ bodily fluids, creating a multicolored effect on their lips and mouth.
Tupananchiskama is a word that comes from Quechua, an indigenous language of South America. Its meaning can be translated into English as “I love you” or “I care for you.”
“Díceme” is a word that comes from Old Spanish, which has endured through the centuries and is still used in some Spanish-speaking regions.
Que Rico is an expression of colloquial use that usually refers in an exclamatory way to something particularly tasty, eye-catching, interesting, attractive or pleasant.
The word “adefesio,” as a masculine noun and with a colloquial usage, means something outlandish, absurd, or particularly ugly that stands out due to its unusual extravagance.
The colloquial phrase “cómo tienes” is formed by the combination of the interrogative adverb “cómo” and the irregular verb “tener” and its meaning depends on the context of the sentence as it can be either interrogative or exclamatory.
The colloquial phrase “cuanto está” is formed by the combination of the pronoun “cuanto”, to indicate the totality of the elements to be expressed and the verb estar which is used in the present indicative tense, “está” and its meaning is to express an interrogative formula to know the price or value of something determined.