The word "semanada" is not in the Spanish dictionary by the Real Academia de la Lengua. It IS in the prescriptive dictionary of the Catalan language (Diccionari General de la Llengua Catalana, by the IEC) in its Catalan form (setmanada), so I guess it is a Catalan loan word used by some Spanish speakers as "semanada". The meaning is that of the pay one gets every week; formerly, workers were paid in this way, but nowadays, it is used almost exclusively to refer to kids and teenagers who get some money every week from their parents. I'd like to know whether there's a word for this in English. The context in which the word should be used is that of a father who asks his son: "What do you want? An increase of your 'semanada'?" The son, who is 20, replies with indignation: "I don't have a 'semanada' anymore! I've lived on my own for the past 2 years, you know!?" I hope it is clearly stated in both original meaning AND context. Thank you very much! Salut!