Examples from the Web for navarre
Pamplona is a vibrant modern city that takes care to preserve the traditions of Navarre culture and cuisine.
Creech owns four rental properties and manages 60 other vacation properties on Navarre Beach.
This event cast a gloom over the court of the queen of Navarre, from which it seems never to have entirely recovered.A History of Caricature and Grotesque|Thomas Wright
During this period he acted as tutor to the two sons of Calignon, chancellor of Navarre.
The three most important regions resulting from this act were the kingdoms of Navarre, Castile, and Aragon.A History of Spain|Charles E. Chapman
The upper part of Navarre is extremely mountainous, but it contains some useful iron-mines, and a Government foundry at Orbaiceta.Spain|Wentworth Webster
Laddie, aged eleven, do you remember how you studied and recited "King Henry of Navarre" every poetry hour for a year?Poems Every Child Should Know|Various
British Dictionary definitions for navarre
Word Origin and History for navarre
a pre-Latin name, probably based on Basque nava "plain," despite the region's mountainous topography.