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20:15 Sep 25, 2000
Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Spanish term or phrase: lardon
I need to know a website where I can find the gender of Sapnish nouns.

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naSee belowLeonardo Lamarche
nathief; thieving. Looks like a misspelling of Ladrónwendy griswold
Yolanda Broad



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Actually, this is French, borrowed by Spanish.

From LGDT:

lardoon (abcd)
Strip of larding fat threaded into meat or poultry. (d)

And here is the Ultimate directory of online dictionaries--you should be able to find genders to your heart's content!

    Le grand dictionnaire terminologique
    Reference: http://www.facstaff.bucknell.edu/rbeard/diction.html
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thief; thieving. Looks like a misspelling of Ladrón

Or am I totally missing your point?

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See below

Lardón = (masculine) Blank space left on a printed page. Also cocerning printing: insert, addition to be inserted. Ref. Simon & Schuster. Hope it fits in the context. The other colleague gave you an excellent reference on genders.

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