noun, plural no·vias [naw-vyahs; English noh-vee-uh z] /ˈnɔ vyɑs; English ˈnoʊ vi əz/. Spanish.
Examples from the Web for novia
Contemporary Examples of novia
“He would have an episode, and [Nancy] would have to return to the high school and deal with it,” Novia said.The Trials of Nancy Lanza
January 7, 2013
Historical Examples of novia
It is in the house of my novia, whom I shall be delighted to introduce to you.
The novia was in white, and the younger girl in a similar costume of blue.Diplomatic Days
No lejos hallbase situada la casa del dueo, y all viva Dolores, novia ma.A First Spanish Reader
Erwin W. Roessler and Alfred Remy
Food is always of secondary importance: he ranks it after his novia, after his cigarillo, after the bulls.Spanish Life in Town and Country
L. Higgin and Eugne E. Street
The house of his novia bore on its weather-beaten front the arms of some bygone hidalgo; now it was an apartment house.