novia

[naw-vyah; English noh-vee-uh]
noun, plural no·vias [naw-vyahs; English noh-vee-uh z] /ˈnɔ vyɑs; English ˈnoʊ vi əz/. Spanish.
  1. a fiancée or bride.
  2. a girlfriend or sweetheart.
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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.

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    The Trials of Nancy Lanza

    Diane Dimond

    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

    Edith O'Shaughnessy

  • 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.