Definition of Malaguena

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Malaguena

maladjustive
maladjustment
maladjustments
maladminister
maladministered
maladministers
maladministration
maladministrations
maladroit
maladroitly
maladroitness
maladroitnesses
maladroits
malady
malagma
malaguena (current term)
malaguenas
malagueta
malaguetas
malahini
malaise
malaised
malaises
malakoplakia
malalignment
malamate
malambo
malamethane
malamic
malamic acid

Literary usage of Malaguena

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1. Spanish Life in Town and Country by L. Higgin, Eugène Edward Street (1902)
"malaguena, and the seguidilla are combinations of music, song, and dance; the last two bear distinct ... The malaguena is Andalusian, and the jota is Ara- ..."

2. Glimpses of Spain; Or, Notes of an Unfinished Tour in 1847 by Severn Teackle Wallis (1849)
"The strangers wore the last parti-colored patterns from Paris, with such flounces and fillings as were orthodox : the malaguena scarce ever varied the plain ..."

3. The Cities of Spain by Edward Hutton (1906)
"You come upon this music quite by chance, I said, in speaking of the malaguena; and indeed that is one of its greatest delights; it is almost always by ..."

4. Spanish Literature: An Elementary Handbook with Indices, Etc. by Henry Butler Clarke (1893)
"The ground-work of the petenera, jota, and malaguena is the same, ... The above couplet may be made into a jota or malaguena by additions and repetitions of ..."

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