[muh-doo r-uh for 1; maj-er-uh for 2] /məˈdʊər ə for 1; ˈmædʒ ər ə for 2/
Dutch Madoera. an island in Indonesia, off the NE coast of Java. 2112 sq. mi. (5470 sq. km).
[mad-yoo-rahy] /ˈmæd yʊˌraɪ/ (Show IPA). a city in S Tamil Nadu, in S India.
a city in S India, in S Tamil Nadu: centre of Dravidian culture for over 2000 years; cotton industry. Pop: 922 913 (2001) Former name Madura
an island in Indonesia, off the NE coast of Java: extensive forests and saline springs. Capital: Pamekasan. Area: 5472 sq km (2113 sq miles)
Madurella Mad·u·rel·la (mād’ə-rěl’ə, mād’yə-) n. A genus of the Fungi Imperfecti that includes a number of species that cause maduromycosis and two species, M. grisea and M. mycetomi, that cause mycetoma.
[mad-oo-reez, -rees] /ˌmæd ʊˈriz, -ˈris/ noun 1. a member of a people native to the island of Madura and also inhabiting the northeastern coast of Java. 2. the Austronesian language spoken by the Madurese. /ˌmædjʊəˈriːz/ adjective 1. of or relating to the Indonesian island of Madura or its inhabitants noun (pl) -ese 2. a native […]
[muh-doo r-oh] /məˈdʊər oʊ/ adjective, (of cigars) 1. strong and darkly colored. /məˈdʊərəʊ/ adjective 1. (of cigars) dark and strong noun (pl) -ros 2. a cigar of this type noun a dark-brown strong and slightly sweet cigar Word Origin Spanish ‘ripe’
maduromycosis mad·u·ro·my·co·sis (mād’ə-rō-mī-kō’sĭs, mād’yə-) n. Mycetoma that is caused by a varied group of fungi and is characterized by the formation of swellings and sinuses that discharge oily pus.