Bullying is an anglicism that is not part of the dictionary of the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE), but whose use is increasingly common in our language. The concept refers to bullying and any form of physical, verbal or psychological abuse that occurs between schoolchildren, repeatedly and over time.
The term flamenco, derived from the Dutch flaming, has several uses. The first meanings mentioned in the dictionary of the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE) allude to those who are native to Flanders and to those linked to this historical region of the European continent. The Flemish region encompasses the current Belgian provinces of West Flanders, East Flanders, Flemish Brabant, Limburg and Antwerp.
Navigation, from Latin navigatio, is the action, science and art of sailing. This verb refers to traveling on a boat or taking a trip by air, although it can also refer to travel through a computer network. For example: "After three hours of navigation, we arrived at San Javier Island and we found a tropical paradise of unsurpassed beauty", "Air navigation through this area is very complicated, since storms are frequent", "On this computer, navigation is too slow: I recommend installing more memory or changing the processor."
The notion of Hebrew has several uses recognized by the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE) in its dictionary. The term can be used to refer to an individual who was part of the Semitic people who managed to conquer the region of Palestine. In this context, Hebrew is used as a synonym for Jew or Israelite.
The concept of utopia (also recognized without tilde, that is, as utopia) was first promoted, according to experts in linguistic matters, by Tomás Moro. This word has been formed from two Greek neologisms: outopia (formed by ou - "no" - and moles - "place" -) and eutopia (eu which, in Spanish, is translated as "good"), this would explain the utopian term as "what is nowhere".
Language is a term that has different uses. In this case, we are interested in the definition that refers to the language (the verbal or gestural communication system that is typical of a human community). You can speak of mother tongue (the first language a person learns) or natural language (the form of human language, which, for communicative purposes, is endowed with syntax and obeys principles of optimization and economics), among other notions.