https://spanishnyc.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/meaning-of-ojala-in-spanish.jpg 614 1600 spanish_admin /wp-content/uploads/2020/07/logo-300x45.png spanish_admin2014-03-12 13:42:222014-03-12 13:42:22Expressing wishes in Spanish with “Ojala”Ojalá is a Spanish word meaning “If only…” “God grant!” or “I hope so!”. It has its roots in the Arabic word “Inshallah!” which means “God grant!” or “God willing!”, and which entered both Spanish and Persian languages following the spread of the Arab empire to the East and the West. Read more
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