Related formsHon·du·ran, Hon·du·ra·ne·an, Hon·du·ra·ni·an [hon-duh-rey-nee-uh n] /ˌhɒn dəˈreɪ ni ən/, adjective, nounpro-Hon·du·ran, adjective, noun
Examples from the Web for honduras
In April, the 19-year-old brunette in an emerald gown was crowned Miss Honduras.
Human Rights Watch interviewed a mix of 35 migrants, some detained in the U.S., others recently deported to Honduras.
And I remember once there was a Nicaraguan Sandinista incursion in Honduras and the Nicaraguans denied it.
And the Spanish media was full of denials of this, and just attacking Honduras and the U.S. for it.
The children are coming from three Central American countries—Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras.
With the help of this fraud, and with a free and extensive market made on the Stock Exchange, the 1870 Honduras 10 per cent.International Finance|Hartley Withers
British Honduras has a dollar unit, identical with that of the United States.Readings in Money and Banking|Chester Arthur Phillips
It extends also into Chiapa and Tabasco, and reaches into Honduras.Ancient America, in Notes on American Archaeology|John D. Baldwin
Went straight to Honduras and stayed there for ten years, eh?The Brand of Silence|Harrington Strong
Nearly all Honduras coffee consists of small, round berries, bluish green in color.All About Coffee|William H. Ukers
British Dictionary definitions for honduras
Culture definitions for honduras
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.