brujita is a diminutive of brujabru·ja Feminine - Noun - Singular
Diminutives: brujilla, brujillas, brujita, brujitas
Aumentatives: brujona, brujonas, brujota, brujotas
- Translate "bruja" to English: witch, sorceress, carlin, carline, hag
Spanish Synonyms of "bruja": hechicera
Define meaning of "bruja": Persona malévola, arpía, que practica la magia. ; Hechicera o hechicero, mago o maga, médica curandera o médico curandero. En muchas culturas, persona supuestamente dotada de poderes especiales.
- Translate "bruja" to English: vixen, old hag, bitch, old bag, old trout, runt
Spanish Synonyms of "bruja": arpía, raposa, vieja bruja, vieja fea
Define meaning of "bruja": Harpía, mujer pérfida, aviesa. Bruja. ; Arpía, bruja, mujer mala, de mal carácter o grosera.
- Translate "bruja" to English: crone, harridan
Spanish Synonyms of "bruja": vieja regañona, arpía, vieja fea, vieja refunfuñona
- Translate "bruja" to English: barn owl
Spanish Synonyms of "bruja": lechuza, lechuza bodeguera, lechuzón de campanario, lechuza común, lechuza ratonera
Define meaning of "bruja": Ave rapaz nocturna, con plumaje muy suave, amarillento, pintado de blanco, gris y negro en las partes superiores, cara redonda con ojos delanteros y pico corto y ganchudo.
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