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Nevada, Florida and Colorado are all Spanish adjectives.. Do you know what they mean?


 

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Best Answer John Connor (connorj) says

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    Sondra Rochelle (TIMETRAVELER2) 2 years ago

    Good answer except that the discussion about Colorado meaning "red" is not exactly the case. As I said in my response to Kristen, Colorado in Spanish actually means "colored", but can also mean"red"...although the word for red is "rojo".


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    Sondra Rochelle (TIMETRAVELER2) 2 years ago

    Colorado does not mean red...sorry!


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    Sondra Rochelle (TIMETRAVELER2) 2 years ago

    Colorado. named for the river, Spanish Rio Colorado, from colorado "ruddy, reddish," literally "colored," past participle of colorar "to color, dye, paint," from Latin colorare. Florida means flowered. Nevada: snowy