[hon-doh; for 1 also Japanese hawn-daw; for 2 also Spanish awn-daw]
- a river flowing NE from Guatemala along the border of Belize and Mexico to the Caribbean Sea. 150 miles (240 km) long.
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Silk culture is confined almost wholly to the island of Hondo.
The lacquer-tree (Rhus vernicifera) grows mainly in the island of Hondo.
Wild geese and ducks spend the summer in Yezo and the winter in Hondo.The Gist of Japan
R. B. Peery
"Hit it out for home, Dutch," said Hondo Bill's voice commandingly.
Hondo reached out and gave Blitzen a smart cut with his quirt.
- another name for Honshu