Definition of Majorcan. Meaning of Majorcan. Synonyms of Majorcan

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Definition of Majorcan

Majorcan
Majorcan Ma*jor"can, a. Of or pertaining to Majorca. -- n. A native or inhabitant of Majorca.

Meaning of Majorcan from wikipedia

- Mallorca[better source needed] Mallorca has a long history of seafaring. The Majorcan cartographic school or the "Catalan school" refers to a collection of cartographers...
- a peak of maturity and cultural richness. Examples include the work of Majorcan polymath Ramon Llull (1232–1315), the Four Great Chronicles (13th–14th...
- "Majorcan cartographic school" is the term coined by historians to refer to the collection of predominantly Jewish cartographers, cosmographers and navigational...
- of eight stressed vowels; /a/, /ə/, /ɛ/, /e/, /i/, /ɔ/, /o/, /u/: The Majorcan system has eight stressed vowels /a ə ɛ e i ɔ o u/, reduced to four [ə...
- The Majorcan hare (Lepus granatensis solisi) is a subspecies of the Granada hare, from Majorca, Spain. It was described only in 1992. Most sources ****ume...
- actor in Chile. Pascal has Spanish roots from a Basque grandfather and Majorcan grandmother. Pascal's parents were Allende supporters and were involved...
- The Majorcan midwife toad (Alytes muletensis) (also Mallorcan midwife toad or ferreret in Balearic Catalan and Spanish) is a frog in the family Alytidae...
- Spanish island of Majorca, in the Mediterranean Sea, who are descendants of Majorcan Jews that either were conversos (forcible converts to Christianity) or...
- pisto (Castilian-Manchego, Spain), samfaina (Catalan, Spain), tombet (Majorcan), ciambotta, caponata and peperonata (Italy), briám and tourloú (Gr****)...
- banned in England in 1835; in Spain they were not banned until 1883. The Majorcans p****ed the dogs into other functions: guarding, hunting, and holding a...
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