A proper noun refers to the name of a person, place, or thing.
proper noun
1. (name)
a. Carmen
Carmen won't be able to make it to her appointment today because she's stuck in traffic.Carmen no va a alcanzar a ir a la cita hoy porque está atascada en el tráfico.
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The word carmenes is the present subjunctive form of carmenar in the second person singular. See the full carmenar conjugation.
transitive verb
1 (cardar) [+lana] to card; teasel; [+seda] to unravel; [+pelo] to disentangle
carmenar a algn to pull sb's hair
2 (estafar) to fleece; swindle
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