a port in SW central Germany, at the confluence of the Rhine and Main rivers: capital of Rhineland-Palatinate.
[rahyn-land-puh-lat-n-eyt, -it, -luh nd-] /ˈraɪnˌlænd pəˈlæt nˌeɪt, -ɪt, -lənd-/
a state in W Germany: formerly part of Rhine Province. 7655 sq. mi. (19,825 sq. km).
a port in W Germany, capital of the Rhineland-Palatinate, at the confluence of the Main and Rhine: an archbishopric from about 780 until 1801; important in the 15th century for the development of printing (by Johann Gutenberg). Pop: 185 532 (2003 est) French name Mayence
a state of W Germany: formed in 1946 from the S part of the Prussian Rhine province, the Palatinate, and parts of Rhine-Hesse and Hesse-Nassau; part of West Germany until 1990: agriculture (with extensive vineyards) and tourism are important. Capital: Mainz. Pop: 4 059 000 (2003 est). Area: 19 832 sq km (7657 sq miles) German name Rheinland-Pfalz
noun 1. a book printed by Johannes Gutenberg: thought by some to be the first book printed from movable type.
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[mahy-ke-tee-ah] /ˌmaɪ kɛˈti ɑ/ noun 1. a city in the Federal District, in N Venezuela.
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