[gwahd-l-uh-hahr-uh; Spanish gwah-th ah-lah-hah-rah] /ˌgwɑd l əˈhɑr ə; Spanish ˌgwɑ ðɑ lɑˈhɑ rɑ/
a city in and the capital of Jalisco, in W Mexico.
[hah-lees-kaw] /hɑˈlis kɔ/
a state in W Mexico. 31,152 sq. mi. (80,685 sq. km).
/ˌɡwɑːdələˈhɑːrə; Spanish ɡwaðalaˈxara/
a city in W Mexico, capital of Jalisco state: the second largest city of Mexico: centre of the Indian slave trade until its abolition, declared here in 1810; two universities (1792 and 1935). Pop: 3 905 000 (2005 est)
a city in central Spain, in New Castile. Pop: 70 732 (2003 est)
a state of W Mexico, on the Pacific: crossed by the Sierra Madre; valuable mineral resources. Capital: Guadalajara. Pop: 6 321 278 (2000). Area: 80 137 sq km (30 934 sq miles)
City in southwestern Mexico.
Note: Its mild, dry climate makes it a popular health resort.
Note: Much architecture from the Spanish colonial era survives in the city.
[gwahd-l-kuh-nal] /ˌgwɑd l kəˈnæl/ noun 1. the largest of the Solomon Islands, in the W central Pacific: U.S. victory over the Japanese 1942–43. About 2500 sq. mi. (6475 sq. km). /ˌɡwɑːdəlkəˈnæl; Spanish ɡwaðalkaˈnal/ noun 1. a mountainous island in the SW Pacific, the largest of the Solomon Islands: under British protection until 1978; occupied by […]
[gwah-th ahl-kee-veer] /ˌgwɑ ðɑl kiˈvir/ noun 1. a river in S Spain, flowing W to the Gulf of Cádiz. 374 miles (602 km) long. /ˌɡwɑːdəlkwɪˈvɪə; Spanish ɡwaðalkiˈβir/ noun 1. the chief river of S Spain, rising in the Sierra de Segura and flowing west and southwest to the Gulf of Cádiz: navigable by ocean-going vessels […]
[gwahd-l-oop hi-dahl-goh, -oo-pee; Spanish gwah-th ah-loo-pe ee-th ahl-gaw] /ˌgwɑd lˈup hɪˈdɑl goʊ, -ˈu pi; Spanish ˌgwɑ ðɑˈlu pɛ iˈðɑl gɔ/ noun 1. a city in the Federal District of Mexico: famous shrine; peace treaty 1848. /ˌɡwɑːdəˈluːp hɪˈdælɡəʊ; Spanish ɡwaðaˈlupe iˈðalɣo/ noun 1. the former name (until 1931) of Gustavo A. Madero
plural noun 1. a mountain range in S New Mexico and SW Texas, part of the Sacramento Mountains. Highest peak, Guadalupe Peak, 8751 feet (2667 meters).