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Diaz

[ dee-uhs; Portuguese dee-uhsh ]
/ ˈdi əs; Portuguese ˈdi əʃ /
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noun
Bar·tho·lo·me·u [bahr-too-loo-me-oo]. /ˌbɑr tʊ lʊˈmɛ ʊ/. Dias, Bartholomeu.
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diaz-

variant of diazo- before a vowel: diazine.

Other definitions for Diaz (3 of 3)

Díaz
[ dee-ahs ]
/ ˈdi ɑs /

noun
(Jo·sé·de·la Cruz) Por·fi·rio [haw-sethe lah kroospawr-fee-ryaw], /hɔˈsɛ ðɛ lɑ ˈkrus pɔrˈfi ryɔ/, 1830–1915, president of Mexico 1877–80, 1884–1911.
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British Dictionary definitions for Diaz

Diaz

noun
(ˈdiːəs, Portuguese ˈdiəʃ) a variant spelling of Dias
Cameron. born 1972, US film actress; films include The Mask (1994), There's Something About Mary (1998), and Gangs of New York (2003)
(ˈdiːəs, Spanish ˈdiaθ) (José de la Cruz) Porfirio (pɔrˈfirjo). 1830– 1915, Mexican general and statesman; president of Mexico (1877–80; 1884–1911)
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