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Nana - definition of nana by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia.

Nana - definition of nana by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia.

-That will be seen, that I do not want that when you gauge your Jose iga that in short is he here is no longer here to take care of you, as if he had been the one who would have given you the calostros , Sang the babysitter and put diapers on.

-Nini ... (Nana said): Why was she blonde? It is the poor women who give their children this melancholy bread and it is they who take it to the rich houses. The rich child has the nana of the poor woman, who gives him at the same time, in his wild milk, the marrow of the country.

Federico García Lorca

The text provokes emotions in the child and states of doubt, terror, against which he has to fight the fuzzy hand of the melody that combs and tames the rearing horses That stir in the eyes of the creature. Let us not forget that the fundamental object of the nana is to sleep the child who is not sleepy.

Federico García Lorca

My compadre, I plan to marry you, to give you some good things that will work. And in the aftermath of casalos, the baby came out more nana and more jarona than the family.

However, the memory of having to help her nana, did not take off and began to plan a trip urgently To the queen of the Silver.

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I'll bring you dry clothes right now, said the gray-haired woman as she moved quickly inside the house. When the nanny retired, Joaquin turned his gaze to the plain to watch the wreckage the water had caused.

Antonio Domínguez Hidalgo

But the melodies are dramatic, always of a drama incomprehensible to the office they exercise, I have collected in Granada six versions of this nana :: A la nana, Nana, nana,: to the nanita of that one: who took the horse to the water: and left it without drinking.

Federico García Lorca

Antonio Domínguez Hidalgo

In your white hands You carry the skein of your illusions, Dead forever, and on your soul Passion hungry for kisses of fire And your love of mother who dreams Distant visions of cribs in quiet environments, spreading on the lips the blue of the babysitter. Sometimes in dreams I used to see the plump hand of her babysitter moving in rhythmic semicircles to achieve a hypnotic effect and achieve that The baby would fall asleep.

I will be a mendrugo, mu calabazo, and more clever that the priest will be my master; But it's what's great, how many years do we understand! IV I had a big donkey, a lot of people, and a little bitch, like a ray.

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