abuela

noun
Definition of abuela:

(in Spanish-speaking areas) a person's grandmother.


Synonyms of abuela:

grandmama, grammy, grandmother, grandma, granny, amah


Opposite/Antonyms of abuela:

urchin, ankle-biter


Sentence/Example of abuela:

Abuela Celia presents herself in the form of a narrative, represented as she is in the stories she tells about her life.





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