My Turn: The plurality of God
The singular form of this word is Eloa. Biblical scholars have never interpreted the word Elohim to mean “Gods.” This is also true in Spanish, the word for God is Dios (plural). For example, “Vaya con Dios ... me life.” Who does the Bible ...
ON LANGUAGE; FAREWELL MY LOVELY
This rise of what cryptographers would call ''the leave-taking burst'' does not necessarily mean that Americans are ... Although the leave-taker's Spanish adios (''to God'') and the leave-taken's vaya con dios (''go with God'') continue to show strength ...
Resting at Last
Living 100 years isn’t something I aspire to do and I’m pretty sure it wasn’t something ... single roses on the coffin and everyone said good-bye to her. Adios, Consuelo. Vaya con Dios.
What do we do when we see the deluge coming?
Also, what they were told they could do about it was glaringly inadequate to the task. Hey kids, civilization’s in trouble unless we change drastically, so go recycle and remember to turn out the lights! Seriously? That’s going to solve it? I mean ...
Pepe the King Prawn talks new Muppets movie, making romance
Not only one of the most debonair and attractive of all the Muppets, Pepe the King Prawn ... first Spanish-speaking Muppet, okay. But in truth, I only speak a little Spanish, okay. I can say “hola” and I can say “adios.” What more do you need?