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Definition of Curacoa

Curacoa
Curacao Cu`ra*[,c]ao", Curacoa Cu`ra*[,c]oa", (k??`r?-s?"), n. A liqueur, or cordial, flavored with orange peel, cinnamon, and mace; -- first made at the island of Cura[,c]cao.

Meaning of Curacoa from wikipedia

- Curacoa may refer to: Curacoa Island, Queensland, Australia Curacoa volcano, Tonga Four ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Curacoa: HMS Curacoa (1809)...
- HMS Curacoa was a C-cl**** light cruiser built for the Royal Navy during the First World War. She was one of the five ships of the Ceres sub-cl**** and...
- Curacoa Island (pron. KEWR-ə-sow) is one of the islands in the Great Palm Island group off the coast of Queensland, Australia. The nearest island is Great...
- Curaçao (/ˈkjʊərəsoʊ/; Dutch: Curaçao, pronounced [kyːraːˈsʌu, kuː-]; Papiamento: Kòrsou, pronounced [ˈkɔrsɔu̯]) is a Lesser Antilles island in the southern...
- Royal Navy have been named HMS Curacoa, after the island in the Caribbean Sea more usually spelled Curaçao: HMS Curacoa (1809), a 36-gun fifth rate launched...
- Curacoa is a submarine volcano located south of the Curacoa Reef in northern Tonga. Eruptions were observed in 1973 and 1979 from two separate vents....
- HMS Curacoa was an Comus-cl**** corvette of the Royal Navy, built by John Elder & Co., Govan, launched in 1878, and sold in 1904 to be broken up. She served...
- previous armament being removed. The ships were Coventry, Curacoa and Curlew, with Curacoa being the last of the three to be rebuilt in 1939; the other...
- HMS Curacoa was a 31-gun Tribune-cl**** **** frigate launched on 13 April 1854 from Pembroke Dockyard. She served in the Mediterranean Station between...
- accidentally sank one of her escort ships, slicing through the light cruiser HMS Curacoa off the Irish coast with a loss of 239 lives. Queen Mary was carrying thousands...
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