Definitions

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  • adjective Of or pertaining to the region of Asturias in Spain.
  • adjective Of or pertaining to the Asturian language.
  • noun A native of Asturias in northern Spain.
  • proper noun A language spoken in Asturias, Spain.

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Examples

  • Translations Support - we now have translations support fully built into Lernid, with available translations in Arabic, Asturian, Brazilian Portuguese, Catalan,

    Planet Ubuntu

  • The co-production, mounted by several Spanish opera companies and staged by her fellow Asturian, director Emilio Sagi, had its premier in Oviedo on Sept. 17 and will open tonight, in Bilbao's opera house, the Teatro Arriaga, where Mr. Sagi is artistic director.

    Design With a Poetical Touch

  • “Alberto Contador will use this time to personally thank all the great support that Asturian fans have always shown, especially during these last hard weeks.”

    Contador will only be spectator at season-ending criterium

  • Asturies in the north of Spain has the Asturian, Romance language

    Language Map of Europe

  • Asturies in the north of Spain has the Asturian, Romance language

    Language Map of Europe » E-Mail

  • An Asturian-Basque production of a 17th-century Venetian opera may seem a long way from the Milan Furniture Fair, where Ms. Urquiola has consistently been one of the leading lights over the past decade, but, as it turns out, the opera is just one of many new paths for the 49-year-old designer.

    Design With a Poetical Touch

  • They had Asturian and Canary Island blood, maybe that's why "Papan" delighted in country music and everyone in the neighborhood nicknamed Ana "the Galician."

    Yoani Sanchez: My Grandparents Rest in My Garden

  • It was here, in the eighth century, that an Asturian warrior named Pelayo led a band of outnumbered Christian soldiers against a much larger Moorish army.

    Dancing with the Devil

  • It was here, in the eighth century, that an Asturian warrior named Pelayo led a band of outnumbered Christian soldiers against a much larger Moorish army.

    Dancing with the Devil

  • They had Asturian and Canary Island blood -- maybe that's why "Papan" delighted in country music and everyone in the neighborhood nicknamed Ana "the Galician."

    Yoani Sanchez: My Grandparents Rest in My Garden

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