I'm looking for the meaning of this word, and I'm unsure of its spelling. Any clues for me'
Yeahh, I spelled it wrong, not sure what i was thinkin when i typed that....i knew that..lol.........tyvm for the correction..
If you really gessed the idea, the right spanish word is ATROPELLA.
How about giving us some clues? Context.
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..
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"