[ kuh-roon-yuh; Spanish kaw-roo-nyah ]
/ kəˈrun yə; Spanish kɔˈru nyɑ /
Also Co·run·na [kuh-ruhn-uh] /kəˈrʌn ə/.
Definition for coruna (2 of 2)
[ lah kaw-roo-nyah ]
/ ˌlɑ kɔˈru nyɑ /
a seaport in NW Spain.
Also called Coruña, Corunna.
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Examples from the Web for coruna
They sailed from Coruna in July, 1525, with an armament of seven ships.The First Discovery of Australia and New Guinea|George Collingridge
"Coruna nasci" is said by Petronius, in a general sense, of one in great distress.
The Grunye is probably Coruna, called by sailors the Groyne.The Bruce|John Barbour
British Dictionary definitions for coruna
/ (Spanish la koˈruɲa) /
a port in NW Spain, on the Atlantic: point of departure for the Spanish Armada (1588); site of the defeat of the French by the British under Sir John Moore in the Peninsular War (1809). Pop: 243 902 (2003 est)Galician name: A Coruña English name: Corunna
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