Examples from the Web for honduran
Nobody died from Ebola, or ISIS or Honduran children, unless it was in a goofball-induced, Louie Gohmert fever dream.The Fear About Things That Won't Kill Us Is Killing Us|Cliff Schecter|October 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“They are not cultural Hondurans, they are ethnic Hondurans, and they look Honduran,” he told The Daily Beast.John Negroponte on ISIS: 'There Are Difficult Choices Ahead'|Eleanor Clift|August 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Tens of thousands of Honduran thugs have been flown home on Con Air since 2001.The Deported L.A. Gangs Behind This Border Kid Crisis|Michael Daly|July 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Plains towns like Grand Island, Nebraska, are filling up with Mexican or Honduran restaurants.
The visit by Lobo was the first from a Honduran leader since the June 2009 coup that ousted Manuel Zelaya.
The dark eyes of the Honduran capitalist bored him through and through.
He placed my trunk in the room I was to occupy, and set out some very strong Honduran cigars and a bottle of Jamaica rum.Captain Macklin|Richard Harding Davis
Two cutters, with forty English marines and 200 Honduran soldiers, landed at the filibusters' camp on Sept. 3.
At that moment a tall, dark Honduran came walking rapidly across the plaza.
Castellon's Honduran allies had been abruptly recalled to meet an invasion of their own country by Guatemala.
British Dictionary definitions for honduran (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for honduran (2 of 2)
Word Origin and History for honduran
Spanish, literally "the depths," probably in reference to coastal waters on the east side. Said to have been called that by Columbus in 1524. Related: Honduran.
Culture definitions for honduran
Republic in Central America, bordered by the Caribbean Sea to the north, Nicaragua to the east and south, El Salvador and the Pacific Ocean to the southwest, and Guatemala to the west. Its capital and largest city is Tegucigalpa.