[pat-uh-goh-nee-uh, -gohn-yuh] /ˌpæt əˈgoʊ ni ə, -ˈgoʊn yə/
a tableland region of southern Argentina.
a region in S South America, in S Argentina and S Chile, extending from the Andes to the Atlantic.
the southernmost region of South America, in Argentina and Chile extending from the Andes to the Atlantic. Area: about 777 000 sq km (300 000 sq miles)
an arid tableland in the southernmost part of Argentina, rising towards the Andes in the west
South American region, with -ia + Patagon, name given by Europeans to the Tehuelche people who inhabited the coasts of the region, sometimes said to mean literally “large-foot,” from Spanish and Portuguese pata “paw, animal foot” (see patten) in reference to the people’s llama-skin shoes. But elsewhere said to be from Patagon, name of a dog-headed monster in the prose romance “Amadís de Gaula” (1508) by Garci Ordóñez de Montalvo (which also might have yielded California).
[pat-uh-goh-nee-uh, -gohn-yuh] /ˌpæt əˈgoʊ ni ə, -ˈgoʊn yə/ noun 1. a tableland region of southern Argentina. 2. a region in S South America, in S Argentina and S Chile, extending from the Andes to the Atlantic. /ˌpætəˈɡəʊnɪən/ adjective 1. of or relating to Patagonia or its inhabitants noun 2. a native or inhabitant of Patagonia […]
noun 1. a burrowing, gray, long-eared and long-legged cavy of the genus Dolichotis, native to South America.
- Patagonian toothfish
/ˈtuːθˌfɪʃ/ noun 1. a large food fish, Dissostichus eleginoides, found in the cold deep waters of the southern Atlantic and Indian oceans Also called Chilean sea bass
/ˈpɑːtɑːkɑː/ noun (pl) pataka 1. (NZ) a building on stilts, used for storing provisions