Iguazú

[ee-gwuh-zoo]
noun
  1. a river in S Brazil, flowing W to the Paraná River on the Argentina-Paraguay-Brazil border: noted for its falls. 745 miles (1199 km) long.
Also I·gua·çú [ee-gwuh-soo] /ˌi gwəˈsu/.
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Historical Examples of iguazu

  • Niagara makes a single leap over a precipice one hundred and eighty feet high, while Iguazu is broken in fall but far wider.

    Our Little Brazilian Cousin

    Mary F. Nixon-Roulet