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Ortegal

[ awr-te-gahl ]
/ ˌɔr tɛˈgɑl /
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noun
Cape, a cape in NW Spain, on the Bay of Biscay.
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How to use Ortegal in a sentence

  • It had not been five days at sea before another tempest arose off Cape Ortegal.

    Sir Walter Ralegh|William Stebbing
  • Still the Josephine sped on her way, and in a few hours was up with Cape Ortegal.

    Down the Rhine|Oliver Optic

British Dictionary definitions for Ortegal

Ortegal
/ (Spanish ɔrteˈɣal) /

noun
Cape Ortegal a cape in NW Spain, projecting into the Bay of Biscay
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