atropea

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I'm looking for the meaning of this word, and I'm unsure of its spelling. Any clues for me'

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updated ABR 22, 2008
posted by elizabeth5

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Yeahh, I spelled it wrong, not sure what i was thinkin when i typed that....i knew that..lol.........tyvm for the correction..

updated ABR 22, 2008
posted by -P---R----
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If you really gessed the idea, the right spanish word is ATROPELLA.

updated ABR 22, 2008
posted by Vernic
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How about giving us some clues? Context.

updated ABR 22, 2008
posted by 00bacfba
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I'm pretty sure Abi is right, atropear is to run over, knock down or be trampeled..ANd of course its a verb, therefore there are many ways to say it...atropea , sounds like the past tense..

updated ABR 22, 2008
posted by -P---R----
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What exactly is the context? It could be "atrofia" which is the word for "atrophy", or it may have been "a tropear" which is literally translated "to herd" but I have always understood to mean "to run over" or "to be trampeled"

updated ABR 22, 2008
posted by Abi