San Lucas

[ san loo-kuhs ]

noun
  1. Cape, a cape extending into the Pacific Ocean at the S tip of the Baja California peninsula, W Mexico, at the entrance to the Gulf of California.

  • Spanish Ca·bo San Lu·cas [kah-vaw sahn loo-kahs] /ˈkɑ vɔ sɑn ˈlu kɑs/ .

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How to use San Lucas in a sentence

  • San Lucas has a groined nave of three bays, and there is another church near it of the same character.

  • It should have remained awhile, but contrary winds arose, and it sailed away for San Lucas.

  • In the distance the wooded slopes of the San Lucas mountains rose like green billows.

    Carmen Ariza | Charles Francis Stocking
  • Don Mario had just departed, taking the direction across the lake toward San Lucas.

    Carmen Ariza | Charles Francis Stocking
  • On the 8th, Cape San Lucas was seen to the west, about twelve leagues distant.

    The March of Portol | Zoeth S. Eldredge and E. J. Molera