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Explanation: Arafat appears to be wearing one in the photo on this site: Como el recién fallecido, lucen lengua barba, envueltos en desteñidas túnicas se abren paso entre rastrojos,. Nicodemo, el mulatito, ha traído especies ...
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Carol Gullidge United Kingdom Local time: 14:30 Specializes in field Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 198
Explanation: The word is LUENGA. Used in Don Quijote. I believe it appears at the very beginning, when Quijote is described, but I don't have the text to hand.
It is shown in DRAE
Sheilann Spain Local time: 15:30 Specializes in field Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 39
seems to be correct. thanks very much !
16 hrs confidence:
a note -see below
Explanation: I did two searches with google, restricting to exact phrase. One with "lengua barba", 55 hits and one with "luenga barba", 733 hits. Many pieces of literature appeared in both searches with luenga y lengua used in the same phrase. I think this has to mean that lengua is a misspelling of luenga......................
Ronnie McKee Spain Local time: 15:30 Works in field Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 16