- Juan Manuel de [Spanish hwahn mahn-wel th e] /Spanish ˈʰwɑn mɑnˈwɛl ðɛ/, 1793–1877, Argentine military and political leader: governor of Buenos Aires and dictator 1835–52.
[Italian raw-zah; English roh-zuh]
- Sal·va·tor [sahl-vah-tawr] /ˈsɑl vɑˌtɔr/, 1615–73, Italian painter and poet.
- Mon·te [Italian mawn-te; English mon-tee] /Italian ˈmɔn tɛ; English ˈmɒn ti/, a mountain between Switzerland and Italy, in the Pennine Alps: second highest peak of the Alps. 15,217 feet (4638 meters).
- a female given name: derived from Rose.
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Examples from the Web for rosas
The slaughter among the troops of Rosas must have been terrific.The Three Lieutenants
England and France, viewing the policy of Rosas with dislike, complied with the request.
Rosas was never slow in responding to a challenge of the kind.
In the early days of Rosas it was an important frontier post.Argentina
W. A. Hirst
Rosas was defeated, and took refuge on board an English steamer.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology
- a mountain between Italy and Switzerland: the highest in the Pennine Alps. Height: 4634 m (15 204 ft)
- Salvator (ˈsalvatɔr). 1615–73, Italian artist, noted esp for his romantic landscapes
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Word Origin and History for rosas
fem. proper name, from Latin Rosa, literally "rose" (see rose (n.1)).
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