[kuh-roon-yuh; Spanish kaw-roo-nyah]
Also Co·run·na [kuh-ruhn-uh] /kəˈrʌn ə/.
- a seaport in NW Spain.
Also called Coruña, Corunna.
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The Grunye is probably Coruna, called by sailors the Groyne.The Bruce
They sailed from Coruna in July, 1525, with an armament of seven ships.The First Discovery of Australia and New Guinea
"Coruna nasci" is said by Petronius, in a general sense, of one in great distress.
- 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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