Translation of ancestral in Spanish:


de un antepasado, adj.

Pronunciation /ænˈsɛstrəl/ /anˈsɛstr(ə)l/


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    (portrait) de un antepasado
    the ancestral home la casa solariega
    • That which is patrimonial is that which is inherited from the ancestral past.
    • That area, which belongs to the Maori people there in terms of ancestral use, he would walk all over.
    • The Sakya tradition is closely bound up with the Khon ancestral lineage, which derived from celestial beings.
    • I suppose you posh newcomers want to hijack our ancestral lands to grow your own organic fruit and veg.
    • This gives you an idea of just how ancient this particular species was in terms of its ancestral lineage.
    • The father of two sons and six daughters, Muktiram lives in his ancestral home in Bharatpur.
    • These are the places where ancestral remains are kept and ancestral spirits live.
    • In West African culture, ancestral continuity is something to be celebrated rather than avoided.
    • Maybe it's the Maori ancestral blood going all kooky at being reunited with its ancient habitat?
    • It thus seems likely that the ancestral arthropod from which insects evolved had appendages on all its segments.
    • It is believed that family members join the ancestral world after death to protect the living.
    • This may explain the sometimes rapid reversion to ancestral cell sizes.
    • In addition, men possess other types of DNA that will tell him about the female ancestral line.
    • An individual may claim the use of and the right to burial in the ancestral lands of either parent.
    • The significance of the ancestral gods was an innate part of my growing up in Fiji.
    • These non-literate people were fighting to protect their ancestral homelands and their way of life.
    • Moreover, all other lineages can be traced to one of the ancestral types found in Africa.
    • Think of the excitement a visit to his ancestral home there would create.
    • The house is the ancestral home of Baron Stourton but after the family moved out in the 1960s it fell into disrepair.
    • With adversity comes maturity, and today Westwood enjoys a new appreciation for golf's ancestral home.