[vuh-ley-oh, -hoh; for 1, 2 also Spanish bah-ye-haw] /vəˈleɪ oʊ, -hoʊ; for 1, 2 also Spanish bɑˈyɛ hɔ/
[Spanish se-sahr] /Spanish ˈsɛ sɑr/ (Show IPA), 1895–1938, Peruvian poet.
[mahr-ee-ah-noh gwahd-l-oop,, -oo-pee,, mar-;; Spanish mah-ryah-naw gwah-th ah-loo-pe] /ˌmɑr iˈɑ noʊ ˌgwɑd lˈup,, -ˈu pi,, ˌmær-;; Spanish mɑˈryɑ nɔ ˌgwɑ ðɑˈlu pɛ/ (Show IPA), 1808–90, military and political leader in California, serving the Mexican government until 1846; elected senator to the first state legislature 1849.
a city in W California, on San Pablo Bay, NE of San Francisco.
/vəˈleɪəʊ; -ˈleɪhəʊ; Spanish baˈʎɛxo/
César (Abraham) (ˈsesar). 1892–1938, Peruvian poet, living in France and Spain from 1923: noted for his experimental style in such works as Trilce (1922)
[mah-ryahn-ske lahz-nye] /ˈmɑ ryɑn skɛ ˈlɑz nyɛ/ noun 1. a spa in W Bohemia, in the W Czech Republic. 18,510. /Czech ˈmarjanskɛː ˈlaːznjɛ/ noun 1. a town in the W Czech Republic: a fashionable spa in the 18th and 19th centuries. Pop: 13 872 (2007 est) German name Marienbad
[muh-rahy-uh s] /məˈraɪ əs/ noun 1. a river in NW Montana, flowing SE to the Missouri River. 210 miles (338 km) long. [muh-ree-uh] /məˈri ə/ noun 1. . [muh-ree-uh, -rahy-uh; Dutch, German, Italian, Spanish mah-ree-ah] /məˈri ə, -ˈraɪ ə; Dutch, German, Italian, Spanish mɑˈri ɑ/ noun 1. a female given name, form of . /ˈmɑːrɪə/ […]
- Maria Theresa
[muh-ree-uh tuh-rey-suh, -zuh] /məˈri ə təˈreɪ sə, -zə/ noun 1. 1717–80, archduchess of Austria; queen of Hungary and Bohemia 1740–80 (wife of Francis II; mother of Joseph II, Leopold II, Marie Antoinette).
noun 1. a former silver coin of Austria, issued between 1740 and 1780 and used for trade with Ethiopia and other countries; Levant dollar.