[bahr-too-loo-me-oo] /ˌbɑr tʊ lʊˈmɛ ʊ/ (Show IPA), c1450–1500, Portuguese navigator: discoverer of the Cape of Good Hope.
Historical Examples

The Jesuits, ever since the days of Dias, expected to be consulted in all government business.
The Strange Adventures of Andrew Battell Andrew Battell

On the Dias below is the long “bench” of the most august court in the land.
Dorothy’s Tour Evelyn Raymond

The balls, the tertulias, the Dias de campo, were alike insipid and tiresome.
The Rifle Rangers Captain Mayne Reid

Fecha en la villa de Madrid a 23 Dias del mes de hebrero de quinientos e diez aos.
A History of The Inquisition of Spain; vol. 2, Henry Charles Lea

The seor stepped out, with a sonorous, “Buenos Dias, doctor!”
A Volunteer with Pike Robert Ames Bennet

“Buenos Dias,” I said; in my desire to be affable forgetting that it was already afternoon.
The Fortunate Isles Mary Stuart Boyd

As he rode up, he saluted me with Buenos Dias Señor, which means ‘good day sir.’
Christopher Carson John S. C. Abbott

After a considerable delay, Dias was sent out as “Conquistador” of the territory recently visited by him.
The Strange Adventures of Andrew Battell Andrew Battell

In September, 1580, Dias again left Luandu with three hundred men.
The Strange Adventures of Andrew Battell Andrew Battell

It may have been on the padros erected by Dias, but has not been discovered on those of Co.
A Journal of the First Voyage of Vasco da Gama 1497-1499 Unknown

Bartholomeu (ˌbərtuluˈmeu). ?1450–1500, Portuguese navigator who discovered the sea route from Europe to the East via the Cape of Good Hope (1488)


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