Translation of nameless in Spanish:


anónimo, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈneɪmləs/

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  • 1

    (not specified)
    someone who shall remain nameless forgot his mother's birthday cierta persona, y mejor no decimos quién, se olvidó del cumpleaños de su madre humorous
    • His name is a lie, and with this lie the reality of his world vanishes… Reality has become a confusion of thingless names and nameless things for him.
    • Desperate for a title, a mutual friend suggested the name to an unenthusiastic nameless band.
    • As for the dolls that didn't come with names, well, some remain nameless to this day.
    • In the early 19th century, the Brandberg served as a nameless landmark for vessels plying the Namibian coast, the name Dourissa only made appearance on maps in 1878.
    • Surely the Swiss theologian Emil Brunner was right when he said that the truly mysterious God is not the nameless One, but the One who has a name and makes it known.
    • He was nobody, a nameless man; nobody could pronounce his name in this country, and they had called him by the color of blood in lieu of his identity.
    • Players are cast as nameless, faceless drivers looking to establish a name in the underground realm of street racing.
    • Before her nameless companion could reveal his name, they were once again interrupted.
    • But we have not even put their names in the programme because we are representing nameless men.
    • How can this unknown and nameless hero have defeated these legendary warriors?
    • You start a religion by linking to obscure and nameless people.
    • All I know now is that my name is Assassin, my parents are nameless, and so is their killer.
    • I was about the age of the narrator of Lithium, who is mostly nameless in the book (except for an instant when she appropriates the name of her grandmother, Rose).
    • In the dream I had Friday night, I stopped short when I spotted her just as she stepped up to some sort of customer service window in some nameless, faceless department store.
    • She delivered the key sentence: ‘It's for every nameless, faceless woman of colour, who now has a chance because this door tonight has been opened.’
    • These range from lack of attention and service at a local level to having to deal with nameless people in these large corporations.
    • The kestrel, a female aged about two, is deliberately nameless so that it does not get tame.
    • To be a member of the working poor is to be an anonymous donor, a nameless benefactor to everyone else.
    • We identified the man as some nameless street scavenger who had a few run-ins with local law enforcement.
    • To be granted a name is to be seen as a person with an identity; in contrast, being nameless is being not fully human.
    • They're all nameless, faceless, jobless, unidentified people.
    • He died unidentified and unmourned - a nameless individual lost to oblivion.
    • The costume also reflects how those who commit horrific acts of destruction are nameless, faceless people.
  • 2

    • 2.1

      (fear/yearning) indescriptible
      • Her bending body evoked wordless memories of love and life, her supple arms gave meaning to nameless emotions, and her springing legs bore testament to perfection.
      • I couldn't explain the momentary stillness inside of me, or the rush of nameless emotions that followed.
      • Their eyes never broke away from their gaze, each mirroring those nameless emotions coursing through them.
      • ‘That is untrue,’ Niles shot back, though a terrible, nameless fear gripped his heart.
      • In 1984, when I was taking care of the riot victims, I saw the same nameless fear and helpless misery.
      • They consider the monsoon a season of separation from the loved one, of nostalgia and nameless longing.
      • After all, routine itself is a way of kind of keeping certain things at bay, it's a refuge from nameless fears, and interestingly, Auden understood that well and saw it in September 1939.
      • None the less, I do not feel any of the expected ‘closure,’ and in fact I'm becoming increasingly depressed and am obsessed with nameless fears.
      • Everyone felt a nameless fear, mingled with shame.
      • A nameless feeling surges when I see other people's families come.
      • It was some nameless sorrow, sharp and painful.
      • His nameless sorrows ensure that he stands aloof, his distance from the other characters endowing him with a wisdom absent in the quarrelsome officers and journalists.
      • Hw slowly becomes conscious of a nameless fear.
      • I have found ways to minimize the damage and disruption that my periods of gloom and nameless grief can cause.
      • And then it blossomed in me… a nameless feeling so invigorating that one could not possibly wish for it to end.
      • I have stood there, waiting for them, and they never arrive, which supports both my theory and my nameless fear.
      • In the middle of the night she woke, chilled, full of nameless apprehension.
      • As I take your order I am filled with a nameless rage that consumes my every thought.
      • Obeying a nameless impulse to look up, I detected the hair-thin outline of a square trapdoor in the high ceiling.
      • It's a sort of nameless anguish, or dread, at the open possibilities of the future.

    • 2.2

      (crimes/atrocities) nefando literary
      (crimes/atrocities) indescriptible
      • Everything had a cult dedicated to it, from ancient mummies to nameless elder horrors.
      • But in the next instant, the hair rises glacially on the back of his neck, his spine is seized with iron, his eyes open on emptiness, a nameless terror.
      • Some nameless horror from the primordial depths.
      • It was hard to remember what happened when she woke up, but she remembered waking up more than once with a nameless terror on the fringes of her consciousness.