[gwair-ni-kuh; Spanish ger-nee-kah] /ˈgwɛər nɪ kə; Spanish gɛrˈni kɑ/
Basque town in northern Spain: bombed and destroyed in 1937 by German planes helping the insurgents in the Spanish Civil War.
(italics) a painting (1937) by Pablo Picasso.
/ɡɜːˈniːkə; ˈɡɜːnɪkə; Spanish ɡɛrˈnika/
a town in N Spain: formerly the seat of a Basque parliament; destroyed in 1937 by German bombers during the Spanish Civil War, an event depicted in one of Picasso’s most famous paintings. Pop: 15 454 (2003 est) Basque name Gernika
[gurn-zee] /ˈgɜrn zi/ noun, plural Guernseys for 2, 3. 1. Isle of, one of the Channel Islands, in the English Channel. With adjacent islands, about 24½ sq. mi. (63 sq. km). 2. one of a breed of dairy cattle, raised originally on the Isle of Guernsey, producing rich, golden-tinted milk. 3. (lowercase) a close-fitting knitted […]
noun 1. a bulbous plant, Nerine sarniensis, of the amaryllis family, native to southern Africa, having clusters of crimson flowers. noun 1. See nerine
[ger-re-raw] /gɛrˈrɛ rɔ/ noun 1. a state in S Mexico. 24,885 sq. mi. (64,452 sq. km). Capital: Chilpancingo. /Spanish ɡɛˈrrɛro/ noun 1. a mountainous state of S Mexico, on the Pacific: rich mineral resources. Capital: Chilpancingo. Pop: 3 075 083 (2000 est). Area: 63 794 sq km (24 631 sq miles)
- Guerrilla garden
noun See guerrilla gardening