[ pah-rah-nah-gwah ]
/ ˌpɑ rɑ nɑˈgwɑ /
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a seaport in S Brazil.
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How to use Paranaguá in a sentence
The storm, though short, was excessively severe, and swept over Paranagua and Antonina with unusual violence.
In twenty-four hours from the time Paranagua bar was crossed we were up with Santos Heads, a run of 150 miles.