Perhaps you have, but beware of the error.
First, the word limpet (lapa). It is a shell fish and many mortals enjoy limpets served with Canarian mojo sauce, or a garlic and olive oil sauce.
Limpets are shell fish that firmly attach (to attach = adjuntar) themselves to rocks so they are difficult to remove. That you may know.
So words that are commonly attached to another word are like limpets, difficult to stop the links and use – due to habits. So “limpet” is an adjective too.
Yet many unthinking mortals use “limpet” adjectives with a noun, and do so incorrectly.
To understand the point, examine these:
Yes, mortals sometimes say “half truths”, but what does this mean? 40%, 50%? Which part is half true? Who knows? One aspect could be true, another false, yes, but was are talking about “aspects”. A statement is either true or false
There are many other stupidities that mortals commit. Perhaps, for a later article.