Definition of Plata River

1. Noun. An estuary between Argentina and Uruguay.

Exact synonyms: La Plata, Rio De La Plata
Group relationships: Argentina, Argentine Republic, Uruguay
Generic synonyms: Estuary

Lexicographical Neighbors of Plata River

Plasmodiophoraceae
Plasmodium aethiopicum
Plasmodium brazilianum
Plasmodium cathemerium
Plasmodium durae
Plasmodium juxtanucleare
Plasmodium kochi
Plasmodium ovale
Plasmodium relictum
Plasmodromata
Plastic Paddy
Plasticine
Plasticines
Plata River (current term)
Plataea
Platalea
Platalea leucorodia
Plataleidae
Platanaceae
Platanistidae
Platanthera
Platanthera bifolia
Platanthera chlorantha
Platanthera leucophea
Platanus acerifolia
Platanus occidentalis
Platanus orientalis
Platanus racemosa

Literary usage of Plata River

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Narrative and Critical History of America by Justin Winsor (1889)
"THE VALLEY OF THE LA Plata River. — Alexander Dalrymple's Catalogue of authors, who have written on Riode ¡a Plata, Paraguay, and Chaco (London, 1807), ..."

2. Protestant Missions in South America by Harlan Page Beach (1908)
"REPUBLICS OF THE Plata River BY REV. CHARLES W. DREES, DD For Twenty-five Years a Missionary in the Plata Countries. PARAGUAY, Uruguay and Argentina, ..."

3. South America, Past and Present by Luis Cincinato Bollo (1919)
"... Region of the La Plata River—Condition of the Indians of South America During the Conquest—The Jesuits—System of Jesuitical Government—Social Condition ..."

4. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"The chief rivers are the Parana, with its tributary, the Plata River, and the Rio Salado. The province presents nearly throughout level or slightly ..."

5. Modern Argentina, the El Dorado of To-day: With Notes on Uruguay and Chile by William Henry Koebel (1907)
"... a Capital—Rapidity of its Growth—Streets and Public Places—Palermo Park—The Central Produce Market—the Boca District—The Docks—La Plata River—Climate of ..."

6. The South American Tour by Annie Smith Peck (1913)
"The so-called Rio de la Plata or La Plata River is in reality more of an estuary ... True, one is liable to commit a tautology by saying the La Plata River, ..."

7. Narrative and Critical History of America by Justin Winsor (1889)
"THE VALLEY OF THE LA Plata River. — Alexander Dalrymple's Catalogue of authors, who have written on Riode ¡a Plata, Paraguay, and Chaco (London, 1807), ..."

8. Protestant Missions in South America by Harlan Page Beach (1908)
"REPUBLICS OF THE Plata River BY REV. CHARLES W. DREES, DD For Twenty-five Years a Missionary in the Plata Countries. PARAGUAY, Uruguay and Argentina, ..."

9. The Geographical and Historical Dictionary of America and the West Indies by Antonio de Alcedo, George Alexander Thompson (1814)
"... the article LA PLATA River.] This river receives in its extensive course the water of various other very large rivers, so that it is accustomed to have ..."

10. Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties by United States, Charles Joseph Kappler (1904)
"... pied agricultural lands on the La Plata River, in Colorado; ... lands as may be found on the La Plata River or in its vicinity in New Mexico. ..."

11. South America, Past and Present by Luis Cincinato Bollo (1919)
"... Region of the La Plata River—Condition of the Indians of South America During the Conquest—The Jesuits—System of Jesuitical Government—Social Condition ..."

12. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"The chief rivers are the Parana, with its tributary, the Plata River, and the Rio Salado. The province presents nearly throughout level or slightly ..."

13. Modern Argentina, the El Dorado of To-day: With Notes on Uruguay and Chile by William Henry Koebel (1907)
"... a Capital—Rapidity of its Growth—Streets and Public Places—Palermo Park—The Central Produce Market—the Boca District—The Docks—La Plata River—Climate of ..."

14. The South American Tour by Annie Smith Peck (1913)
"The so-called Rio de la Plata or La Plata River is in reality more of an estuary ... True, one is liable to commit a tautology by saying the La Plata River, ..."

15. The Geographical and Historical Dictionary of America and the West Indies by Antonio de Alcedo, George Alexander Thompson (1814)
"... the article LA PLATA River.] This river receives in its extensive course the water of various other very large rivers, so that it is accustomed to have ..."

16. Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties by United States, Charles Joseph Kappler (1904)
"... pied agricultural lands on the La Plata River, in Colorado; ... lands as may be found on the La Plata River or in its vicinity in New Mexico. ..."

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