[ mee-nyoo ]
/ ˈmi nyʊ /
a river in southwestern Europe, flowing south southwest from northwestern Spain along the northern boundary of Portugal into the Atlantic. 171 miles (275 km) long.
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Spanish Mi·ño [mee-nyoh] /ˈmi nyoʊ/
Words nearby Minho
, miniature bull terrier
, miniature camera
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How to use Minho in a sentence
Maria was the daughter of a very wealthy farmer who resided close to the mouth of the river Minho.
There are three other large rivers which, like the Minho, flow west-south-west into the Atlantic.
A flotilla of Portuguese warships is actively maintaining the blockade between the mouth of the Volga and that of the Minho.
Soon after, he caused his marriage to be publicly celebrated in the province of Entre Douro e Minho.
Tuy sits on her hill, and gazes across the river at Valena do Minho, the rival fortress opposite, and the first town in Portugal.
British Dictionary definitions for Minho
the Portuguese name for the Miño
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