- a republic in NE Central America. 43,277 sq. mi. (112,087 sq. km). Capital: Tegucigalpa.
- Gulf of, an arm of the Caribbean Sea, bordered by Belize, Guatemala, and Honduras.
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Contemporary Examples of 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
October 25, 2014
“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'
August 23, 2014
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
July 11, 2014
Plains towns like Grand Island, Nebraska, are filling up with Mexican or Honduran restaurants.Rick Santorum’s Ugly Appeal to Rural Voters
March 16, 2012
The visit by Lobo was the first from a Honduran leader since the June 2009 coup that ousted Manuel Zelaya.A D.C. Fix for Honduran Murders?
October 6, 2011
Historical Examples of honduran
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
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.
Two cutters, with forty English marines and 200 Honduran soldiers, landed at the filibusters' camp on Sept. 3.
- of or relating to Honduras or its inhabitants
- a native or inhabitant of Honduras
- a republic in Central America: an early centre of Mayan civilization; colonized by the Spanish from 1524 onwards; gained independence in 1821. Official language: Spanish; English is also widely spoken. Religion: Roman Catholic majority. Currency: lempira. Capital: Tegucigalpa. Pop: 8 448 465 (2013 est). Area: 112 088 sq km (43 277 sq miles)
- Gulf of Honduras an inlet of the Caribbean, on the coasts of Honduras, Guatemala, and Belize
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.