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Fonseca

[ fon-sey-kuh; Spanish fawn-se-kah ]
/ fɒnˈseɪ kə; Spanish fɔnˈsɛ kɑ /
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noun

Gulf of, a bay of the Pacific Ocean in W Central America, bordered by El Salvador on the W, Honduras on the NE, and Nicaragua on the S. About 700 sq. mi. (1,800 sq. km).

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Fonseca
/ (Spanish fɔnˈseka) /

noun

Gulf of Fonseca an inlet of the Pacific Ocean in W Central America
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