malaguena is the feminine form of malagueño.
1. (from or related to Malaga) 
Mi amiga malagueña me invitó a pasar el fin de semana en su casa de la playa.My friend from Malaga invited me to spend the weekend at her beach house.
b. Malaga 
El litoral malagueño es más conocido como "la Costa del Sol".The Malaga coast is better known as "the Costa del Sol."
masculine or feminine noun
2. (person from Malaga) 
Pablo Picasso y Antonio Banderas son dos malagueños mundialmente famosos.Pablo Picasso and Antonio Banderas are two world-famous natives of Malaga.
Trabajé con un malagueño cuando estuve en Londres.I worked with someone from Malaga when I was in London.
c. man from Malaga (masculine) 
Elvira se casó con un malagueño y se fue a vivir a Andalucía.Elvira married a man from Malaga and went to live in Andalusia.
d. woman from Malaga (feminine) 
Mi hermano está casado con una malagueña.My brother is married to a woman from Malaga.
plural noun
3. (inhabitants of Malaga) 
Los malagueños disfrutan de una playa a un paso del centro de la ciudad.The people from Malaga benefit from a beach a stone's throw from the city center.
1. (general) 
a. of/from Málaga 
2. (general) 
a. person from Málaga 
malagueñoa malagueña
of/from Málaga
native/inhabitant of Málaga
los malagueños the people of Málaga
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