curaçoa
noun see curaçao

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  • Curacoa — may refer to: Geography Curacoa Island, Queensland, Australia Curacoa volcano, Tonga Naval vessels Four ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Curacoa, after the island Curaçao in the Caribbean Sea: edit] See also Curaçao (disambiguation)… …   Wikipedia

  • Curacoa — Curacao Cu ra*[,c]ao , Curacoa Cu ra*[,c]oa , (k?? r? s? ), n. A liqueur, or cordial, flavored with the peel from the sour orange, and sometimes with cinnamon and mace; first made at the island of Cura[,c]cao. [1913 Webster +PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • curaçoa — cu·ra·çoa …   English syllables

  • curacoa — noun flavored with sour orange peel • Syn: ↑curacao • Hypernyms: ↑orange liqueur * * * noun see curaçao …   Useful english dictionary

  • Curacoa volcano — Curacoa Elevation −33 metres (−108.3 ft)[1] Listing …   Wikipedia

  • Curacoa Island — For other uses, see Curacoa. Curacoa Native name: Noogoo Map of Curacoa Island and its surrounds (click to zoom). Geography Coordinates …   Wikipedia

  • curaçoa orange — noun see curaçao 2 …   Useful english dictionary

  • HMS Curacoa (D41) — HMS Curacoa was a World War I light cruiser of the C class, named after the island in the Caribbean Sea more usually spelled Curaçao. She was part of the Ceres group of the C class of cruisers. She became one of the major accidental losses of the …   Wikipedia

  • HMS Curacoa — Four ships of the 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 in 1809. She was reduced to 24 guns in 1831 and broken up in 1849.… …   Wikipedia

  • HMS Curacoa — Vier Schiffe der Royal Navy führten den Namen HMS Curacoa, nach der Insel in der Karibik, die meistens Curaçao geschrieben wird. HMS Curacoa (1809) ein 36 Kanonen Schiff 5. Ranges, 1831 auf 24 Kanonen reduziert und 1849 abgebrochen. HMS Curacoa… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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