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Nictheroy

[ nik-tuh-roi, nee- ]
/ ˌnɪk təˈrɔɪ, ˌni- /
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noun
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How to use Nictheroy in a sentence

  • In the first place, the ferry company to Nictheroy set apart a large room in its commodious new building.

    With the Battle Fleet|Franklin Matthews
  • It is quite a relief to get on to one of the ferry-boats and cross over to Nictheroy occasionally, for a breath of pure air.

    Equatorial America|Maturin M. Ballou
  • On the north side, inside the entrance, is the town of Nictheroy, whose name commemorates a long-extinct tribe of Indians.

British Dictionary definitions for Nictheroy

Nictheroy
/ (Portuguese niteˈrɔi) /

noun
another name for Niterói
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