Definition of Spain

1. Noun. A parliamentary monarchy in southwestern Europe on the Iberian Peninsula; a former colonial power.




Definition of Spain

1. Proper noun. A country in Europe, including most of the Iberian peninsula. Official name: Kingdom of Spain (Reino de España). ¹

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Definition of Spain

1. to wean [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: wean

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spain

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Soyuz
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SpaceX
Space Launch System
Space Shuttle
Space Shuttles
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Spain
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Spallanzani's law
Spandau
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Spanish-American War
Spanish-speaking
Spanish American
Spanish Arabic

Literary usage of Spain

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1. The Hispanic Nations of the New World: A Chronicle of Our Southern Neighbors by William R. Shepherd (1919)
"spain had the lion's share, but Portugal held Brazil, in itself a vast land of unsuspected resources. No empire mankind had ever yet known rivaled in size ..."

2. Spanish Papers by Washington Irving (1895)
"Consternation of spain—Conduct of the Conquerors —Missives between Taric and Muza. THE overthrow of King Roderick and his army on the banks of the Guadalete ..."

3. View of the State of Europe During the Middle Ages by Henry Hallam (1837)
"Kingdom of the Visigoths— Conquest of spain by the Moors — Gradual Revival ... IHE history of spain during the middle ages CHAP. ought to commence with the ..."

4. Works by Washington Irving (1895)
"THE overthrow of King Roderick aiid his army on the banks of the Guadalete, threw open all southern spain to the inroads of the Moslems. ..."

5. Niles' Weekly Register edited by Hezekiah Niles, Jeremiah Hughes, George Beatty (1816)
"\Ve are induced to believe tha it was a voluntary act U arose from a thought whic] the example of his predecessors would readily suggest toa king of spain. ..."

6. The Spanish People: Their Origin, Growth, and Influence by Martin Andrew Sharp Hume (1901)
"... REPUBLICAN spain The Phoenicians in spain—The Iberians—Primitive civilization—The influence of the Greeks—The Carthaginians—The Punic wars in spain—The ..."

7. The Spanish People: Their Origin, Growth, and Influence by Martin Andrew Sharp Hume (1911)
"... REPUBLICAN spain The Phoenicians in spain—The Iberians—Primitive civilization—The influence of the Greeks—The Carthaginians—The Punic wars in spain—The ..."

8. The Spanish People: Their Origin, Growth, and Influence by Martin Andrew Sharp Hume (1901)
"... REPUBLICAN spain The Phoenicians in spain—The Iberians—Primitive civilization—The influence of the Greeks—The Carthaginians—The Punic wars in spain—The ..."

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