Spain in spanish
España, playa y montaña.
by Ximo August 11, 2003
The Spanish word for Spain. "España" comes from the Roman name for the country: Hispania. The Romans, upon first arriving in Spain, encounter hordes rabbits, and thus chose Hispania for the name of the country. It can be loosely translated as "Rabbit Land!"
1. España is such a great country because of it's people, culture, food, music, bloodsports, beauty, and, most of all, rabbits!

2. Try not to feel scared when you find out that España is "Rabbit Land!"
by MazurkaMatt May 26, 2006
1. A fancy term for a spanner.
2. Spain in Spanish.
"Dude, pass me my España."
by Soiled Undergarment August 07, 2003

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