[ Spanish gaw-th oi ahl-kah-yah-gah ]
/ Spanish gɔˈðɔɪ ɑl kɑˈyɑ gɑ /
Lu·ci·la [Spanish loo-see-lah] /Spanish luˈsi lɑ/, real name of Gabriela Mistral.
Definition for lucila godoy alcayaga (2 of 2)
[ mee-stral for 1; mees-trahl for 2 ]
/ miˈstral for 1; misˈtrɑl for 2 /
Fré·dé·ric [frey-dey-reek] /freɪ deɪˈrik/, 1830–1914, French Provençal poet: Nobel prize 1904.
Ga·bri·e·la [gah-vree-e-lah] /ˌgɑ vriˈɛ lɑ/, Lucila Godoy Alcayaga, 1889–1957, Chilean poet and educator: Nobel Prize in literature 1945.
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British Dictionary definitions for lucila godoy alcayaga (1 of 2)
/ (ˈmɪstrəl, mɪˈstrɑːl) /
a strong cold dry wind that blows through the Rhône valley and S France to the Mediterranean coast, mainly in the winter
the class of board used in international windsurfing competitions, weighing 15kg and measuring 372cm × 64cm
Word Origin for mistral
C17: via French from Provençal, from Latin magistrālis magistral, as in magistrālis ventus master wind
British Dictionary definitions for lucila godoy alcayaga (2 of 2)
(French mistral) Frédéric (frederik). 1830–1914, French Provençal poet, who led a movement to revive Provençal language and literature: shared the Nobel prize for literature 1904
(Spanish misˈtral) Gabriela (ɡaˈβrjela), pen name of Lucila Godoy de Alcayaga. 1889–1957, Chilean poet, educationalist, and diplomatist. Her poetry includes the collection Desolación (1922): Nobel prize for literature 1945
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