- a silver coin and monetary unit of Nicaragua, equal to 100 centavos.
- Also Cor·do·ba, Cordova. a city in S Spain on the Guadalquivir River: the capital of Spain under Moorish rule.
- a city in central Argentina.
Examples from the Web for cordoba
Contemporary Examples of cordoba
The professional miserabilist, whose hits include, ‘The Queen is Dead’, told gig-goers in Cordoba that.Morrissey Hates William and Kate
March 6, 2012
For that reason, the effort has been rebranded as "Park51," rather than the Cordoba House.
Rauf's group, the Cordoba Initiative, isn't even directly handling the fundraising for the proposed cultural center.
But the hysteria over the Cordoba Initiative has marked a tipping point.Geert Wilders Invades America
August 8, 2010
For others, however, Cordoba House represents a cultural affront.The New American Culture War
August 7, 2010
Historical Examples of cordoba
Besides, in what is now Portugal there had been no great capital like Cordoba.Portuguese Architecture
Walter Crum Watson
There are four only that are riding back toward the Cordoba road.Ahead of the Army
W. O. Stoddard
Within ten days of his reaching Havana, Cordoba died of his wounds.
Cordoba lost twenty men, and many of the Indians were killed.
Tucuman is now reached by railway from the south by way of Cordoba.Argentina
W. A. Hirst
- the standard monetary unit of Nicaragua, divided into 100 centavos
Word Origin for córdoba
- a city in central Argentina: university (1613). Pop: 1 592 000 (2005 est)
- a city in S Spain, on the Guadalquivir River: centre of Moorish Spain (711–1236). Pop: 318 628 (2003 est)English name: Cordova
- Francisco Fernández de (franˈθisko fɛrˈnandɛθ de). died 1518, Spanish soldier and explorer, who discovered Yucatán