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A feminine noun is almost always used with feminine articles and adjectives (e.g. la mujer bonita, la luna llena).
feminine noun
1. (pomp)
a. solemnity
Jamás había visto tanta solemnidad y esplendor como el día en que la Reina fue coronada.I had never seen so much solemnity and grandeur as on the day of the Queen's coronation.
2. (formal act)
a. ceremony
Los soldados rasos se graduaron ayer y sus amigos y familiares estuvieron presentes en la solemnidad.The soldiers graduated yesterday and their friends and families attended the ceremony.
3. (festivity)
a. solemnity
Este es el mes en el que hay más solemnidades religiosas y paganas.This is the month with the most pagan and religious solemnities.
4. (requirement)
a. formality
Con tantas solemnidades, la reunión no empezó hasta las siete.With so many formalities, the meeting didn't start until seven.
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A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
1. (suntuosidad)
a. pomp, solemnity
2. (acto)
a. ceremony
1 [de persona] solemnity
2 [de acontecimiento] (majestuosidad) impressiveness; (dignidad) solemnity
3 (ceremonia) solemn ceremony
solemnidades solemnities
4 solemnidades (formalismos) formalities; bureaucratic formalities
pobre de solemnidad miserably poor; penniless
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