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1st and 2nd of November celebrations

A list of Spanish and Spanish American vocabulary related to celebrations for "el Día de Todos los Santos" and "el Día de los Difuntos"


El día de Todos los Santos All Saints's day
Las flores The flowers
El cementerio The cemetery
El alma The soul
El espíritu The spirit
La calavera The skull
La vela The candle
Los huesos de santo The saint's bones (traditional marzipan pastry)
Los buñuelos de viento The "nun's puffs" (traditional light fritters/doughnuts)
La tumba The grave
El sepulcro The sepulcher
El ciprés The cypress
La ánima The soul in purgatory
El purgatorio The purgatory
El esqueleto The skeleton
El altar The altar
El catolicismo The Catholicism
Las castañas The chestnuts
El difunto The deceased
Los muertos The corpses
El cadáver The cadaver
La muerte The death
La guadaña The scythe
El infierno The hell
El paraíso The paradise
La ofrenda The offering

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