[ luh-gas-pee; Spanish le-gahs-pee ]
/ ləˈgæs pi; Spanish lɛˈgɑs pi /
a seaport on southeast Luzon, in the Philippines.
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Formerly Al·bay [ahl-bahy] /ɑlˈbaɪ/
Words nearby Legaspi
, legal tender
, legal weight
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How to use Legaspi in a sentence
He himself, seeing the door opened by Licentiate Legaspi in the case of the other woman, conducted the cause.
An old native named Legaspi once had a splendid shell collection, which he freely exhibited to foreigners.
Legaspi, who took possession of the islands in 1571, built his fleet in Mexico, and also drafted his sailors there.
In the meantime Legaspi had died, and Lavezares was provisionally carrying on the government.
British Dictionary definitions for Legaspi
a port in the Philippines, on SE Luzon on the Gulf of Albay. Pop: 178 000 (2005 est)
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