Encina



[en-see-nuh] /ɛnˈsi nə/

noun
1.
the live oak, Quercus virginiana.
2.
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[en-thee-nah, -see] /ɛnˈθi nɑ, -ˈsi/
noun
1.
Juan del
[hwahn del] /ʰwɑn dɛl/ (Show IPA), 1468?-1529? Spanish poet, composer, and playwright.

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