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Definition of Querida
1. a female sweetheart [n -S] - See also: sweetheart
Lexicographical Neighbors of Querida
Literary usage of Querida
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Common Law by Robert William Chambers (1911)
""querida had laughed . . . and returned compliment for compliment." —and he never found her at home; so he went South without hearing from her. ..."
2. The Cruiser: A Quarterly Magazine of Cruising Tales and Adventures (1907)
"... The Inland Voyage of querida By Her Captain WHAT lover of the wave and crested sea among us who does not feel in the late Spring, bounding impatiently ..."
3. The California Padres and Their Missions by Charles Francis Saunders, Joseph Smeaton Chase (1915)
"My thoughts stayed behind, as I moved on, and the words, with their soft inflection, would recur dreamily to me, again and again — muy querida; alas! muy ..."
4. Hunt's Yachting Magazine (1861)
"The querida started on the port tack, by which she obtained a decided lead for nearly two miles- The boats rounded the first flag in the following ..."
5. Southern Literary Messenger by Carnegie-Mellon University, School of Computer Science (1839)
"In the course of events, the querida, a vessel containing, among others, Isabel Aubrey, falls into the hands of Brown. Robin, who lad been employed as ..."
6. The California Padres and Their Missions by Charles Francis Saunders, Joseph Smeaton Chase (1915)
"Eighteen years old, married, and dead; and muy querida, much beloved! My thoughts stayed behind, as I moved on, and the words, with their soft inflection, ..."