no ceces, oh casabel, de repiquetear -- spanish jingle bells

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what does it mean?
"no ceces"
"de repiquetear"
does it mean -- no north wind--for to ring'

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updated NOV 21, 2008
posted by rca

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Thank you James S. for your help with the little bell and the big bell info. rca

James Santiago said:

Peal is usually used with large bells, as in a bell tower. A cascabel rings, jingles, or tinkles.

Do not cease your jingling, o little bell!

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updated NOV 21, 2008
posted by rca
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Many thanks Heidita for your help with this. rca

Heidita said:

no ceses, oh cascabel, de repiquetear

Don't stop little bell to peal/ring

Do you say peal here'?

The verb was wrongly spelled: cesar (double click for the meaning)

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updated NOV 21, 2008
posted by rca
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Peal is usually used with large bells, as in a bell tower. A cascabel rings, jingles, or tinkles.

Do not cease your jingling, o little bell!

updated NOV 21, 2008
posted by 00bacfba
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Maybe it is "cecees", from "cecear", hehe.

updated NOV 21, 2008
posted by lazarus1907
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no ceses, oh cascabel, de repiquetear

Don't stop little bell to peal/ring

Do you say peal here'?

The verb was wrongly spelled: cesar (double click for the meaning)

updated NOV 21, 2008
posted by 00494d19