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¿Qué significa?: hediondo

Por un Boyacá bien hablado, Excelsio presenta la definición de esta palabra según el Diccionario de la Lengua Española.

Hediondo, da.
(Del lat. vulg. *foetibundus, de foetēre, heder).
1. adj. Que despide hedor.

2. adj. Molesto, enfadoso e insufrible.

3. adj. Sucio, repugnante y obsceno.

4. m. Arbusto originario de España, de la familia de las Leguminosas, que crece hasta dos metros de altura, con hojas compuestas de tres hojuelas enteras y lanceoladas, flores amarillas en racimos casi pegados a las ramas, y fruto en vainillas negras, algo tortuosas, con seis o siete semillas pardas, de forma de riñón y un centímetro de largo. Toda la planta despide un olor desagradable.

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