[ ti-ri-zee-nah ]
/ tɪ rɪˈzi nɑ /
a port in northeastern Brazil, on the Parnahiba River.
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Formerly The·re·zi·na [Portuguese ti-ri-zee-nah] /Portuguese tɪ rɪˈzi nɑ/
Words nearby Teresina
, teres major
, teres minor
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How to use Teresina in a sentence
My Cremona is uninjured, though it has passed through hard times—it sends a note of love to my Teresina.
I felt that I must have blood at all costs to appease my passion—Teresina's or her lover's, or somebody's.
I was to meet Teresina that evening as usual towards nine o'clock, and I thought the intervening hours would never go by.
His letters were very brief and not very coherent, and he forget to send messages to old Teresina or to Palma.
British Dictionary definitions for Teresina
/ (Portuguese tereˈzina) /
an inland port in NE Brazil, capital of Piauí state, on the Parnaíba River: chief commercial centre of the Parnaíba valley. Pop: 895 000 (2005 est)Former name: Therezina
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