aficionada

noun
afi·cio·na·da | \ə-ˌfi-sh(ē-)ə-ˈnä-də, -fē-, -sē-ə-, -ˌdä\

Definition of aficionada 

: a woman who is an aficionado

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On the flip side, many an ice aficionada fills her trays with berries, flowers and herbs – frozen fossils that dress up chill concoctions. Leah Eskin, charlotteobserver, "Pure genius: Watermelon cubes chill drinks without diluting them," 25 July 2017 On the flip side, many an ice aficionada fills her trays with berries, flowers and herbs — frozen fossils that dress up chill concoctions. Leah Eskin, chicagotribune.com, "Genius watermelon cubes chill drinks without diluting," 19 June 2017

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First Known Use of aficionada

1836, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for aficionada

borrowed from Spanish, feminine of aficionado aficionado

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