OTHER WORDS FROM MauretaniaMau·re·ta·ni·an, adjective, noun
Examples from the Web for mauretania
The stronghold in Mali was to be the centerpiece of a larger Qaeda emirate across the Sahel from Mauretania to Nigeria.
The Mauretania has a length of 790 feet and beam of 88 feet.The Panama Canal and its Makers|Vaughan Cornish
I remember crossing in the Mauretania once, and saying to the Captain—Richards—did you know him?The Voyage Out|Virginia Woolf
Africa is a province; Carthage is a wilderness; Numidia and Mauretania are helpless dependencies.The Chief Periods of European History|Edward A. Freeman
I know I haven't any right to ask it, but—were you engaged to Cremer when we crossed together on the Mauretania?Lord Loveland Discovers America|C. N. Williamson
In 1909 the Mauretania covered the same distance in four days, ten hours, and fifty-one minutes.Every-day Science: Volume VII. The Conquest of Time and Space|Henry Smith Williams