- Die·go [dye-gaw] /ˈdyɛ gɔ/, 1886–1957, Mexican painter.
- Jo·sé E·us·ta·sio [haw-se e-oos-tah-syaw] /hɔˈsɛ ˌɛ usˈtɑ syɔ/, 1889–1928, Colombian poet and novelist.
- (Jo·sé) Fruc·tuo·so [haw-se frook-twaw-saw] /hɔˈsɛ frukˈtwɔ sɔ/, 1790?–1854, Uruguayan revolutionary and political leader: president of Uruguay 1830–34, 1839–42.
- Mi·guel Pri·mo de [mee-gel pree-maw th e] /miˈgɛl ˈpri mɔ ðɛ/. Primo de Rivera, Miguel.
- a city in N Uruguay.
Examples from the Web for rivera
Contemporary Examples of rivera
After all, voters in South Florida do have some standards, and Rivera has long since burned all his political bridges.
Rick Wilson, a top Florida GOP political consultant, describes Rivera as “a wily character ... [who has] run out of tricks.”
Rivera is a Cuban-American from South Florida who served one term in Congress from 2011-2013.
Now that Alliegro has pled guilty, the expectation is that Rivera will not be referred to as “unindicted” for much longer.
And while Alliegro was on the lam in Central America, Rivera reportedly visited her several times.
Historical Examples of rivera
Rivera is bounded on the south by Tacuaremb and on the north by Brazil.
Rivera, however, constitutes by no means the sole mineral district of Uruguay.
From the joint States Rivera raised an army of seven thousand men.
A little after this the four years of Rivera's term of office expired.
The despotic Governor was not mistaken in his estimate of Rivera's power.
- Diego (ˈdjeɣo). 1886–1957, Mexican painter, noted for his monumental murals in public buildings, which are influenced by Aztec art and depict revolutionary themes