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Spanish translation of “honey”

honey

noun /ˈhani/
a sweet, thick fluid made by bees from the nectar of flowers
miel
bread and honey.
(especially American) darling (used when speaking to someone one loves).
querido, cariño
honeybee noun a bee in a hive, bred for producing honey.
abeja
honeycomb noun the mass formed by rows of wax cells in which bees store their honey.
panal
honeymoon noun a holiday spent immediately after one’s marriage
luna de miel
We went to Paris for our honeymoon (also adjective) a honeymoon couple.
(Definition of honey from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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