[ Spanish mah-rin-doo-ke ]
/ Spanish ˌmɑ rɪnˈdu kɛ /
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an island of the Philippines, between Luzon and Mindora islands. 347 sq. mi. (899 sq. km).
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Words nearby Marinduque
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How to use Marinduque in a sentence
On Monday a favorable wind took us, at a quicker rate, past Marinduque and the rocky islet of Elefante, which lies in front of it.The Former Philippines thru Foreign Eyes|Toms de Comyn
The island of Marinduque, lying about three leagues from this island, is divided into encomiendas.The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898, V7, 1588-1591|Emma Helen Blair
However, some good towns, like Pinamalayan, are waking up as the result of immigration from Marinduque.The Philippines Past and Present (Volume 2 of 2)|Dean Conant Worcester
Father Marcelo was in Mindanao at that time, and another father in Marinduque, and accordingly they remained here.
The islands of Leyte and Marinduque, and certain districts in the large island of Luzon yield the finest quality of hemp.The Philippine Islands|Ramon Reyes Lala
British Dictionary definitions for Marinduque
/ (ˌmɑːrɪnˈduːkeɪ) /
an island of the central Philippines, east of Mindoro: forms, with offshore islets, a province of the Philippines. Capital: Boac. Pop (Marinduque province): 217 392 (2000). Area: 960 sq km (370 sq miles)
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