Spanish words starting with Q:





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qUsed in SMS for que and qué{abbr}
que{conj}
qThe 18th letter of the Spanish alphabet{letter}
QThe 18th letter of the Spanish alphabet{letter}
qataríQatari{adj}
qataríQatari{mf}
Qataralternative spelling of Catar{prop} [deprecated]
QEQuerétaro (Mexican state){abbr}
qoppakoppa; the Greek letter Ϙ, ϙ{f}
QRQuintana Roo (Mexican state){abbr}
quéwhat; which (interrogative only){adj}
quéhow; what (comparative){adv}
quéused to express an adjective; how [mostly not translated]{adv}
quéwhat (interrogative only){pron}
quadall-terrain vehicle{f}
qualobsolete form of cual{pron}
quandoobsolete form of cuando{adv}
quandoobsolete form of cuando{conj}
quantizadoquantized{adj}
quantoobsolete form of cuanto{adj}
quantoobsolete form of cuanto{adv}
quantoobsolete form of cuanto{pron}
quarkquark{m}
quark abajodown quark{m}
quark arribaup quark{m}
quark cimatop quark{m}
quark encantadocharm quark{m}
quark extrañostrange quark{m}
quark fondobottom quark{m}
queif I were you{conj}
queindicating a reason, roughly because{conj}
queindicating desire or permission{conj}
quethan{conj}
quethat{conj}
quethe thing is{conj}
quethat; which{pron}
quethat; whom{pron}
quewho; that{pron}
que aprovechebon appétit, enjoy your meal{interj}
quebrachoa quebracho tree{m}
quebradagorge, ravine{f}
quebradero de cabezaheadache, worry{m}
quebradizofragile; delicate{adj}
quebradobankrupt; broke{adj}
quebradobroken{adj}
quebradouneven; coarse; rough{adj}
quebradofraction{m}
quebrantahuesosThe bearded vulture or lammergeier{m}
quebrantamientobreaking{m}
quebrantamientoweakening{m}
quebrantarto break{v}
quebrantoA break.{m}
quebrantoA loss{m}
quebrantoAn affliction or grief{m}
quebrarto break up{vi}
quebrarto go broke; to become bankrupt{vi}
quebrarto bend, flex or twist{vt}
quebrarto break{vt}
quechuaQuechua{m}
quedacurfew{f}
quedarto agree on{vi}
quedarto agree; to arrange{vi}
quedarto be{vi}
quedarto be left; to remain{vi}
quedarto be situated; to be located{vi}
quedarto fit, to suit (clothes){vi}
quedarTo meet up (for drinks){vi}
quedarto turn out, e.g. well or poorly{vi}
quedarto play for a fool{vp} [colloquial]
quedarto keep, take{vr} [Spain]
quedarto continue; to keep on{vr}
quedarto stay; to remain{vr}
quedarto turn out, become, go (usually used for negative, physical descriptions){vr}
quedarse(reflexive form of quedar) to stay, remain{vr}
quedarse fritoto go out like a light{v} [idiomatic]
queditovery quietly{adv}
quedoquiet, still{adj}
quedoquietly{adv}
quehacerchore{m}
quehacerhomemaking{m} [Mexico]
quehacertask{m}
quehacerwork{m}
quejacomplaint{f}
quejarto complain; to whine; to moan; to lament; to grumble{vr}
quejarseto complain{v}
quejarseto groan or moan{v}
quejarseto quarrel{v}
quejicosocomplaintive{adj}
quejidogroan{m}
quejidowhimper; whine{m}
quejidoyip, yap, yelp{m}
quejigoA small oak, or one that is not fully grown{m}
quejigoPortuguese oak (Quercus faginea){m}
quejosocomplaining{adj}
quejosowhining; whimpering{adj}
quejumbrosocomplaining; whining{adj}
quelaciónchelation{f} [chemistry]
queliteAny of a number of plants eaten fresh as leaf vegetables or herbs{m} [usually, plural, Mexico]
queloniochelonian{adj}
queloniochelonian; turtle{m}
quelpokelp{m} [botany]
quemaburning{f}
quemafire; flame{f}
quemacocossunroof{m}
quemadoannoyed{adj}
quemadoburned out{adj}
quemadoburnt{adj}
quemadorburning{adj}
quemadorburner{mf}
quemadoraburner{f}
quemaduraburn{f}
quemanteburning{adj}
quemarto be very cold{vi} [colloquial]
quemarto be very hot{vi}
quemarto freeze{vt} [colloquial]
quemarto burn{vt}
quemarto scorch{vt}
quemarto tan{vt}
quemarropapoint-blank{adv}
quemarse las cejasto burn the midnight oil{v} [idiomatic]
quemazónburning{f}
quemazóngreat heat{f}
quemazónitch{f}
quemazónjab; cutting remark{f}
quemeburnout (psychology and ergonomics){m}
quenaa type of reed flute from Peru{f}
quenapan flute{f} [Latin America]
quenodesoxicólicochenodeoxycholic{adj}
quenodesoxicolatochenodeoxycholate{m} [organic compound]
quepíkepi{m} [Peru]
quepiskepi{m}
quequebiscuit{m} [colloquial]
quequecake{m} [colloquial]
quequecupcake{m} [colloquial]
quequitocupcake{m} [Latin America, colloquial]
queratinakeratin{f} [protein]
queratoplastiakeratoplasty{f} [surgery]
querúbicocherubic{adj}
querellacomplaint{f}
querellalawsuit{f}
querellanteplaintiff{mf}
querellarseto sue; to bring suit{v}
querenciaan animal's lair{f}
querenciathe bull's querencia{f} [bullfighting]
querenciahomesickness, nostalgia{f}
querenciathe homing instinct of an animal{f}
querendónloving, affectionate{adj} [Latin America]
querendónlover, paramour{m}
quererlove, affection, fondness{m}
querer(an indication of a request) would you ... ?{v}
quererto desire; to want{v}
quererto love; to be fond of{v}
querer decirto mean, in the sense of the want to convey something{v}
queretanoOf or pertaining to the Mexican state of Querétaro{adj}
queridadear, honey, darling{f}
queridamistress{f}
queridodear{adj}
queridolover{m}
queridosweetheart{m}
queridoThe letter Q in the Spanish phonetic alphabet{m}
querosenokerosene{m}
QuerétaroA state of Mexico{prop}
querubíncherub{m}
quesadillaquesadilla{f}
queseríacheese shop, cheese factory, cheesery{f}
queserocheesemaker, cheeser, cheesemonger{m}
qué es esowhat is that?{phrase}
quesilloAny soft, white cheese, e.g. ricotta, quark, etc{m}
quesilloA stringy cheese from Oaxaca, Mexico which comes wound like a ball of twine{m}
quesocheese{m}
queso de cabezahead cheese, brawn{m}
queso flameadoqueso flameado (a fried mixture of mozzarella cheese, chorizo sausage, tomato, onion, and red or green pepper, served on a flour tortilla). A common Tex-Mex food of Texas and Mexico{m}
queso frescoqueso fresco{m}
que te cagas(used as an intensifier){phrase} [idiomatic, vulgar, slang]
quetenoketene{m} [chemistry]
quetonaketone{f} [chemistry]
quetzalquetzal (bird){m}
quetzalquetzal (monetary unit){m}
QuetzalcóatlQuetzalcoatl{prop}
QuetzaltenangoOne of the departments of Guatemala{prop}
QuetzaltenangoThe capital of city of the department of the same name{prop}
qué hora eswhat time is it; what's the time?{phrase}
quiaDenotes incredulity{interj} [Spain]
quiasmochiasmus{m} [rhetoric]
quichéOf or pertaining to the K'iche' (Mayan people){adj}
quichéK'iche' (language){m}
QuichéK'iche' (department of Guatemala){prop}
quiciodoorjamb{m}
quiciohinge{m}
quidgist; point; crux{m}
quiebrabankruptcy{f}
quiebracrack{f}
quiebraravine{f}
quienanyone; some people{pron}
quienwhoever; whomever{pron}
quienwho; whom{pron}
quien bien te quiere, te hará llorarspare the rod and spoil the child{proverb}
quienquierawhoever; whomever{pron}
quien quiera peces, que moje el culoyou can't make an omelette without breaking eggs; A proverb expressing that one must sometimes deal with unpleasant circumstances in order to achieve a goal{proverb}
quien va a Sevilla pierde su sillaIf you stand up from your seat, someone else will take it{proverb}
quietocalm{adj}
quietostill{adj}
quietudcalm{f}
quietudstillness{f}
quifekif{m}
quijadajaw{f}
quijotescoquixotic{adj}
quilatekarat, carat{m}
quillakeel{f}
quilómetrokilometre{m}
quilomicrónchylomicron{m} [biochemistry]
quiltrostreet, mixed-breed dog{m} [Chile]
quimerachimera{f}
quimerachimera (something illusory or impossible to achieve){f}
quimericochimeric{adj}
quimioselectividadchemoselectivity{f} [chemistry]
quimiosmosischemiosmosis{f} [chemistry]
quimioterapiachemotherapy{f}
quimonokimono{m}
quimotripsinachymotrypsin{f} [enzyme]
quiméricochimeric{adj}
quiénwho?, whom?; [with “de”] whose?{pron}
quinasakinase{f} [enzyme]
quinazolinaquinazoline{f} [organic compound]
quincefifteen{cardinal num} [cardinal]
quinceañeraThe fifteenth birthday and particularly the celebration and ceremony surrounding it for a young woman{f}
quinceañerofifteen-year-old{m}
quinceañosA Mexican girl’s 15th birthday party (becoming a woman){m}
quinceavofifteenth{m}
quincenaa half month period, specially applied for wage payment{f}
quincenaa period of fifteen days{f}
quincenaltwice a month{adj}
quincuagésimofiftieth{adj}
quincuagésimofifty{adj}
quincuagésimofiftieth{m}
quincuagésimofifty{m}
quiéneswhom? (what person; object of a verb){pron}
quingentésimofive hundredth{adj}
quingombóokra{m}
quinielaany game for five people{f}
quinielaa sporting bet or pool{f}
quinientasfeminine form of quinientos{num}
quinientosfive hundred{num}
quininaquinine{f}
quinocinchona{m}
quinoleínaquinoline{m} [organic compound]
quinolinaquinoline{m} [organic compound]
quinonaquinone{f} [organic compound]
quinotoa kumquat{m}
quinquéArgand lamp (a kind of oil burning lamp){m}
quinquenalquinquennial{adj}
quinqueniolustrum, quinquennium{m}
quién sabewho knows?{phrase}
quintavilla; country home{f}
quintaesenciaquintessence{f}
quintaesencialquintessential{adj}
quintalhundredweight{m}
Quintana RooA state of Mexico{prop}
quintanarroenseOf or pertaining to the Mexican state of Quintana Roo{adj}
quintetoquintet{m}
quintillizoquintuplet{m}
quintofifth{adj}
quintofifth{m}
quinto pinomiddle of nowhere{m} [idiomatic]
quintosSpanish young boys of the village who are 18 years old{mp}
quioscokiosk{m}
quiosconewsstand{m}
quioteThe edible peduncle of the agave plant, which supports its inflorescence{m} [Mexico]
quipekibbeh{m}
Quiquemale given name{prop} [Chile, informal]
quiquiriquícock-a-doodle-doo{m}
quiralchiral{adj}
quiralidadchirality{f}
quirófanooperating room{m}
quiromanciapalm reading; palmistry{f}
quiroprácticathe practice of chiropractics{f}
quiroprácticochiropractor{m}
quirúrgicamentesurgically{adv}
quirúrgicosurgical{adj}
quisquillosofastidious; fussy{adj}
quisquillosofussy person{m}
quistecyst{m} [biology]
quitaesmaltenail polish remover{m}
quitamanchasstain remover{m}
quitanievessnowplow, snowplough{m}
quitarTo disrobe{vr}
quitarTo leave{vr}
quitarTo get rid of{vt}
quitarTo remove{vt}
quitarTo take off (as clothes){vt}
quitarsereflexive form of quitar, to take off{vr}
quitarseto remove oneself{v}
quitasolparasol{m}
quiteA swerve or sidestep{m}
quiteThe action of removal{m}
quiteñofrom or pertaining to Quito{adj}
quiteñoa person from Quito{m}
quitinachitin{f} [carbohydrates]
quitinosochitinous{adj}
quitónchiton (mollusk){m}
QuitoQuito{prop}
quizáperhaps, maybe{adv}
quizásmaybe, perhaps{adv}
quálobsolete form of cuál{pron}
químicachemistry{f}
química(female) chemist{f}
químicamentechemically{adv}
química orgánicaorganic chemistry{f}
químicochemical{adj}
químicochemist{m}
quándoobsolete form of cuándo{adv}
quíntuplequintuple (having five parts or members){adj}
quíntuploquintuple{adj}
qué pasówhat happened?{phrase}
qué pasówhat's happening?, what's up?{phrase}
qué pasawhat's up?{phrase} [informal]
qué pasadaIndicating surprize or amazement: wow, holy cow, holy shit{interj}
quórumalternative spelling of cuórum{m}
quásaralternative spelling of cuásar{m}
qué será, será“whatever will be, will be.”{phrase}
quísticocystic{adj}
qué talwhat's up{interj}
qué te cuentaswhat's new?{phrase}
qué te pasa, calabazawhat's up?{interj} [colloquial, humorous]
qué vacome on, no way, of course not (indicates refusal or disbelief){interj} [colloquial]