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Old September 10, 2008, 10:21 AM
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Entrada - pómulo

"Entrada" puede significar "pómulo?" Lo lei en un libro, y entendí (creo) que era parte de la cara.

Me equivoco?

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Old September 10, 2008, 10:29 AM
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Puede significar "pómulo?" Lo lei en un libro, y entendí (creo) que era parte de la cara.

Me equivoco?

Gracias.

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Marposa, I wanna understand you, you did mean to say the word Entrada, for me that word seem more in enter to a place as a house, store, museum, o another place, but I never have heard the word pómulo, I don't know that meaning it.
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Old September 10, 2008, 10:33 AM
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Ohh I know the word Pómulo, it's referent to a part of our face aside of the dagger, so is maned it. Pómulo.
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It also means round cheeks
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I think it simply means cheek or cheekbone.
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Like David says, pómulo is the cheekbone (or the cheek)
When a person's face becomes red, usually the "pómulos" are the fist thing it comes red.
so the "round cheeks" of Poli
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Actually I meant entrada

I know what pómulo is, but the word entrada was used to refer to a part of the face in a sentence I read.

Or maybe I am crazy...

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You never told about "entrada"
"Ese hombre tiene grandes entradas"
That man's hair has a big receding hairline

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I know what pómulo is, but the word entrada was used to refer to a part of the face in a sentence I read.

Or maybe I am crazy...

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Marsopa, that's my fault.

I didn't quite understand your question, so I edited the thread title to read pómulo instead of entrada. I've re-edited it to make it clear again.

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