Fidelista



[fee-de-lee-stuh; Spanish fee-th e-lees-tah] /ˌfi dɛˈli stə; Spanish ˌfi ðɛˈlis tɑ/

noun, plural Fidelistas
[fee-de-lee-stuh z; Spanish fee-th e-lees-tahs] /ˌfi dɛˈli stəz; Spanish ˌfi ðɛˈlis tɑs/ (Show IPA)
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