Old SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin longē.

AdverbEdit

lueñe

  1. far
    • 1251, anonymous, Calila e Dimna , (ed. by Juan Manuel Cacho Blecua and María Jesús Lacarra, 1993, Madrid: Castalia):
      Et a las vezes acaesçe al rey alguna enfermedat que le faze grant mal et non gela tuelle sinon la melezina que le aduzen de lueñe.
      And, sometimes, an illness falls upon the king, doing him much harm, and nothing removes it except the medicine brought to him from far away
    Synonym: lexos

DescendantsEdit


SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Spanish lueñe, from Latin longē.

AdverbEdit

lueñe

  1. (obsolete) far
    Synonym: lejos
    • c. 1574, Jerónimo de Urrea, Primera parte del libro del invencible caballero don Clarisel de las Flores :
      Amigo, dezidme si os pluguiere, es lueñe de aquí el Castillo de Filotea?
      My friend, tell me, if it may please you, is the Castle of Filotea far from here?

AdjectiveEdit

lueñe (plural lueñes)

  1. (obsolete) faraway, distant

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