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reitas is a diminutive of reo

re·o  Both Genders - Noun - Singular
Diminutives: reilla, reillas, reillo, reillos, reita, reitas, reito, reitos
Aumentatives: reón, reona, reonas, reones, reota, reotas, reote, reotes
  1. Translate "reo" to English: accused, defendant, accused person awaiting sentence, indictee, person held for trial
    Spanish Synonyms of "reo": acusado, acusado en espera de sentencia, demandado, imputado, inculpado, indiciado, rea
    Define meaning of "reo": Persona que merece un castigo por haber cometido una falta o delito; persona condenada en juicio. ; Acusada o acusado, culpada o culpado de una falta o delito.

  2. Translate "reo" to English: prisoner, jailbird
    Spanish Synonyms of "reo": preso, prisionero, cautivo, penado, persona detenida, recluso, privado de libertad
    Define meaning of "reo": Propio o propia de la persona que sufre prisión por algún motivo. ; Persona sentenciada que cumple su condena en un presidio o cárcel.

  3. Translate "reo" to English: sea trout
    Spanish Synonyms of "reo": trucha de mar, trucha marina, pescadilla

  4. Translate "reo" to English: offender
    Spanish Synonyms of "reo": bandido, criminal, bandolero, infractor, infractor de la ley, injuriador, malandro
    Define meaning of "reo": Delincuente o delincuenta, especialmente si es fugitivo/a de la justicia.

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