The etymology from nuisance takes us to low latin antecordium, a word that alluded to a tumor in the chest of a horse. This term, in turn, was formed with before and cordis ("heart" ).
The Royal Spanish Academy (RAE ), in his dictionary, mentions that a nuisance is a buba : a soft tumor . These tumors usually appear in the groin area, in the neck or in the armpits as an effect of a venereal disease, causing pain. In any case, the notion can also refer to a soft tumor of non-venereal cause.
At language colloquial, nuisance is used to name that or that which is inconvenient, annoying or exhausting . For example: “Having had to live with my mother-in-law for two months was a nuisance, but luckily she has already returned to her home and I regained my peace of mind”, "Due to the injuries of several players and other setbacks, the tournament was a nuisance for the capital team", "Having an allergy can be a nuisance if the person does not take certain precautions".
Let's look at the case of a young man who makes the decision to go South America As a backpacker. The boy aspires to finger (hitchhiking, ask for a ride) to move from one place to another. However, a few days after the crossing began steal their belongings. For the bad weather, in addition, is stranded In a small place on a mountain. As if that were not enough, due to a slip it fracture a leg. It can be said that the trip , for this adventurer, he became a nuisance : a cluster of misfortunes and fatalities that is exhausting.