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what does that mean'

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updated JUL 19, 2008
posted by tim3

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thanks a lot to everyone! it is very helpfull. I gotta go

updated JUL 19, 2008
posted by tim3
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here it was; Cuando lo "oyó" el rey Herodes.

"Oyó", past tense, comes from the verb "oír", it does mean "listen/ hear".

Click here for verb "oír" spanish conjugation.

[url=http://buscon.rae.es/draeI/SrvltConsulta'TIPO_BUS=3&LEMA=oir]http://buscon.rae.es/draeI/SrvltConsulta'TIPO_BUS=3&LEMA=oir[/url]

updated JUL 19, 2008
posted by Vernic
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Hi tim!!! Well well, that makes all the difference and yo will see why immediately given the context!!!

oyo should have been: oyó, from the verb: oír

Hi, discovered the "double click" function yet? Just click on the word you are looking for and it will lead you directly to the dictionary and the different "discussions" with the word involved.
I hope that's useful.

Do that with oír and you will get the full conjugation and the meaning.

here: When King Herodes heard this......

updated JUL 19, 2008
posted by 00494d19
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Wow, thank you. well I'm trying to translate Spanish Bible. It's not hard but sometimes I cannot find certain word in the dictionary

here it was; Cuando lo oyo el rey Heredos

Thanks a lot for help

updated JUL 19, 2008
posted by tim3
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Double click in any word takes you to the dictionary page.

updated JUL 19, 2008
posted by Vernic
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This word would be "hoyo".

click here: http://www.spanishdict.com/translate/hoyo

updated JUL 19, 2008
posted by Vernic
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Hi tim: WELCOME TO THE FORUM!

We do need context here, this could mean several things.

probably: hoyo, big hole

updated JUL 19, 2008
posted by 00494d19