16:44 Sep 3, 2000
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
English term or phrase: niño

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naIf this is a reference to the meteorological phenomenon of



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If this is a reference to the meteorological phenomenon of

"el niño", it is not translated. It is called "El Niño" because it begins in December, around Christmas (the birth of the Christ Child). Since it was discovered off the South American coast, it's Spanish name is always used.

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