The Spanish word for the California above Baja California is Alta California.
it is called Alta California
It's called 'California del Norte.'
"Alta California". Which nowadays corresponds to the U.S. state of California.
Baja is a spanish word meaning short. The spanish word for tall is alta.
This area is typically just called California, but you can also call it Alta California.
California is a Spanish word.
The most commonly accepted origin of the word Californiais believed to have originated in the writings of a Spanish adventure writer. Included in one of his writings was the myth of a fabled paradise, peopled by black Amazonian women (and no men) who were ruled by Queen Califia, ergo, California.The length of the gulf east of Baja California led initial explorers to believe that California (Baja) was also an island.The best translation of the word California comes from the combining of 2 spanish words; "Cali" short for caliente(hot) and "ornia" from the word horno (oven). So, California means "hot oven"
it is the feminine form of bajo and means 'short'.
Pachycereus pringlei, also known as Mexican Giant Cardon or Elephant Cactus, is a species of cactus that is native to northwestern Mexico in the states of Baja California, Baja California Sur, and Sonora. It is commonly known as CardÃ³n, a name derived from the Spanish word cardo, meaning "thistle." At 63 feet, it is the tallest cactus in the world.
English word for Baja Ms.
The meaning of the word 'california' in Spanish is "wide bay."
Pachycereus pringlei, also known as Mexican Giant Cardon or Elephant Cactus, is a species of cactus that is native to northwestern Mexico in the states of Baja California, Baja California Sur, and Sonora. It is commonly known as CardÃƒÂ³n, a name derived from the Spanish word cardo, meaning "thistle." The largest measured 63 feet tall and it is the largest cactus in the world.
"arriba, encima, sobre"
California is a spanish word ! , that doesn't have a meaning. It comes from a popular novel called "La Serga" from 15th century.
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Pachycereus pringlei, also known as Mexican giant cardon or elephant cactus, is a species of cactus native to northwestern Mexico in the states of Baja California, Baja California Sur, and Sonora. It is commonly known as cardon, a name derived from the Spanish word cardo, meaning "thistle."An average mature cardon may reach a height of 10 m, but individuals as tall as 18 m are known. It is a slow-growing plant
Straight away, how about Santa Fe (the city) and New Mexico (the state). The Sierra Nevada Mountain range in California. Maybe El Paso in Texas. Los Angeles is the spanish word for 'city of angels'. Try the Rio Grande River along the southern border. Mojave Desert sounds sort of Spanish. The Baja Peninsula in southern California could be feasible. It was fun thinking about this, Thanks!
California is not rooted on any indigenous language. It comes from a Spanish novel titled Las Sergas de Esplandian, which included a mytical island populated by beautiful Amazon women, known as California. It was written in 1510.When Cortes' expeditions in northern Mexico led him to the peninsula of present-day Baja California (1536), he thought he had found an island, naming it as the mytical place.
A chaparral is:Chaparral is a shrubland or heathland plant community found primarily in the U.S. state of California and in the northern portion of the Baja California peninsula, Mexico. It is shaped by a Mediterranean climate (mild, wet winters and hot dry summers) and wildfire. The word chaparral is a loan word from Spanish. The Spanish word comes from the word chaparro, which means both small and dwarf evergreen oak, which itself comes from the Basque word txapar, with the same meaning http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ChapparalThere is lots more information on Wikipedia (link is attached), that you might find really helpful.
Colorado: From the Spanish, "ruddy" or "red"Florida: From the Spanish Pascua Florida, meaning "feast of flowers" (Easter)Montana: From the Spanish word meaning "mountain."Nevada: Spanish: "snowcapped"California: from a mythical land in a Spanish book,California.
Like most Southern California inhabitants, they know a word or two of the Spanish language. However, they are not fluent Spanish speakers.
I have only seen this word used for La Jolla, California. In Spanish though the word Joya with a Y and not LL means Jewel.