Definitions for fiestafiˈɛs tə
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
any festival or festive celebration.
(in Spain and Latin America) a festive celebration of a religious holiday.
Origin of fiesta:
1835–45, Amer.; < Sp < L fēsta; see feast
fete, feast, fiesta(noun)
an elaborate party (often outdoors)
A religious festival.
A festive occasion.
Origin: From fiesta, from festum.
Fiesta magazine is a British soft-core pornographic magazine, published by Galaxy Publications. It is a sister publication of Knave. Launched in 1966, Fiesta quickly became Britain's top selling adult magazine. Dubbed 'the magazine for men which women love to read,' the monthly magazine's readers were responsible, in the early 1970s, for creating a phenomenon that has been adopted in magazines worldwide: "Readers' Wives". Central to this theme is the monthly Readers' Wives Striptease section, which shows a set of photos of a supposed wife or girlfriend of a reader being photographed by Fiesta undressing to full nudity. The Readers' Wives section was the subject of a song by John Cooper Clarke on his album Disguise in Love. As well as its Readers' Wives and photographic girl sets, Fiesta is built around a core of readers' letters from men and women. The mix is spiced by male-interest features, cartoons and reviews, sexy puzzles and a regular erotic horoscope, together with Firkin, a two-page underground-style strip drawn by Hunt Emerson and written by Tym Manley. Nicholas Whittaker, journalist and author of Platform Souls, Blue Period and Sweet Talk, worked for the company from 1980 to 1982, when he left to go and work for Paul Raymond Publications, where he played a major role in establishing the new Razzle magazine. His experiences at Fiesta and Razzle are the subject of his book Blue Period.
Translations for fiesta
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
a (religious) holiday, especially in Roman Catholic countries.
- fiësta, fees; feestelikheidAfrikaans
- религиозен празникBulgarian
- festaPortuguese (BR)
- die FiestaGerman
- fiesta; helligdagDanish
- θρησκευτική γιορτήGreek
- fiesta, festividad, día festivoSpanish
- عید مذهبیFarsi
- חַג דָתִיHebrew
- धार्मिक त्यौहारHindi
- crkvena svetkovinaCroatian
- hari besarIndonesian
- (helgi)hátíð; fríIcelandic
- festa, giorno di festaItalian
- (스페인, 라틴아메리카에서) (종교적) 축제Korean
- (reliģiski) svētkiLatvian
- hari kebesaranMalay
- święto, świętowaniePolish
- عید مذهبیPersian
- مذهبی اخترPashto
- религиозный праздникRussian
- yortu, bayramTurkish
- 宗教節日Chinese (Trad.)
- день святого (кого)Ukrainian
- ایک مذہبی چھٹی کا دنUrdu
- ngày hộiVietnamese
- 宗教假日，圣日Chinese (Simp.)
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