- Bar·tho·lo·me·u [bahr-too-loo-me-oo] /ˌbɑr tʊ lʊˈmɛ ʊ/. Dias, Bartholomeu.
- (Jo·sé·de·la Cruz) Por·fi·rio [haw-se th e lah kroos pawr-fee-ryaw] /hɔˈsɛ ðɛ lɑ ˈkrus pɔrˈfi ryɔ/, 1830–1915, president of Mexico 1877–80, 1884–1911.
- Bar·tho·lo·me·u [bahr-too-loo-me-oo] /ˌbɑr tʊ lʊˈmɛ ʊ/, c1450–1500, Portuguese navigator: discoverer of the Cape of Good Hope.
- variant of diazo- before a vowel: diazine.
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Contemporary Examples of diaz
But because pop-culture enthusiasts have woefully short memories, we too often forget that Diaz is a talented actress.Cameron Diaz Deserves Better Than ‘Sex Tape’
July 22, 2014
The Daily Beast spoke to Diaz and Segel about sex and…other stuff.Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel on ‘Sex Tape,’ Awkward Sexual Positions, and High-Fiving in Bed
July 14, 2014
While no one doubts that Diaz is healed, surviving brain aneurysms is not exactly miraculous.Popes, Saints, Miracles, Weird Relics and Odd Omens Converge on Rome
Barbie Latza Nadeau
April 26, 2014
But what about the claim that Diaz was backing away when the older man shot and killed him?
Police report that Sailors believed that Diaz and his group intended to rob his house.
Historical Examples of diaz
The weather cleared and Diaz turned eastward to find the coast.
Why did men like Columbus and Diaz desire to find a sea route to India?
Diaz won much praise for his bravery and patience in making this voyage.Discoverers and Explorers
Edward R. Shaw
Moreover, there was a soft voice from behind, and he remembered Diaz.
He knew before he slipped his hand over the breast of Diaz that this was death.
- (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)
- Bartholomeu (ˌbərtuluˈmeu). ?1450–1500, Portuguese navigator who discovered the sea route from Europe to the East via the Cape of Good Hope (1488)