[gwah-nah-hwah-taw] /ˌgwɑ nɑˈʰwɑ tɔ/
a state in central Mexico. 11,805 sq. mi. (30,575 sq. km).
a city in and the capital of this state: center of the silver-mining region.
a state of central Mexico, on the great central plateau: mountainous in the north, with fertile plains in the south; important mineral resources. Capital: Guanajuato. Pop: 4 656 761 (2000). Area: 30 588 sq km (11 810 sq miles)
a city in central Mexico, capital of Guanajuato state: founded in 1554, it became one of the world’s richest silver-mining centres. Pop: 80 000 (2005 est)
/ˈɡwɑːneɪz/ noun 1. an enzyme that converts guanine to xanthine by removal of an amino group guanase gua·nase (gwä’nās’, -nāz’) n. See guanine deaminase.
[gwuh-nahy; Spanish gwah-nahy] /gwəˈnaɪ; Spanish gwɑˈnaɪ/ noun, plural guanayes [gwuh-nahy-eys; Spanish gwah-nah-yes] /gwəˈnaɪ eɪs; Spanish gwɑˈnɑ yɛs/ (Show IPA), guanays. 1. a cormorant, Phalacrocorax bougainvillii, of islands off the coasts of Peru and Chile, a chief source of guano.
guanazolo gua·na·zo·lo (gwä’nə-zō’lō) n. See azaguanine.
[gwahn-dawng] /ˈgwɑnˈdɔŋ/ noun, Pinyin. 1. a former territory in NE China at the tip of Liaodong peninsula; leased to Japan 1905–45.