amariello

AsturianEdit

AdjectiveEdit

amariello

  1. neuter singular of amariellu

Old SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Late Latin amārellus, based on Latin amārus (bitter).

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

amariello m (feminine amariella, masculine plural amariellos, feminine plural amariellas)

  1. yellow
    • c. 1250, Alfonso X, Lapidario, f. 4r.
      […] aſſi que ſe non puede quebrantar con ninguna coſa ſi no có el laton amariello que es tinto con la tutia de alexandria.
      […] so it cannot be broken with anything except with the yellow brass tainted by Alexandrian zinc oxide.
    • Idem, 23v.
      Eſta es piedra muy preciada ¬ muy noble. ¬ fallan la de muchas colores. ca dellas ay amariellas claras. ¬ otras pardas.
      This is a very prized and noble stone. It can be found in many colors, for some are yellow, some are pale and some are dun.
    • Idem, 46r.
      […] ¬ traen los poluos ſobre los dientes que ſon amariellos o prietos torna los blácos.
      […] and [when] they cover yellow or darkened teeth with the dust, it turns them white.
    • Idem, 48v.
      […] Et las mas q dellas fallá es cabo las palmas móteſinas. De color ſemeia ala iargóça amariella.
      […] And most of them they find among mountain palm trees. In color it is similar to yellow zircon.

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NounEdit

amariello m (plural amariellos)

  1. yellow
    • c. 1250, Alfonso X, Lapidario, f. 3v.
      Et la color deſta piedra es mezclada de uerde con uermeio. pero la uerdura della es tan flaca que tira a amariello.
      And the color of this stone is mixed between green and red, but the greenness is so slight that it tends more toward yellow.

DescendantsEdit

  • Spanish: amarillo