Guardafui, Cape
geographical name cape NE Somalia at entrance to Gulf of Aden

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Cape Guardafui — (Gees Gwardafuy, Ras Asir), in Somalia, is the headland that forms the geographical apex of what is commonly known as the Horn of Africa. It is located at coord|11|49|N|51|15|E|. The island of Socotra lies off of this cape …   Wikipedia

  • Cape Verde — Cabo Verde Das Cabo Verde (portugies./span.) / Cap Vert (frz.) / Cape Verde (engl.) (zu deutsch grünes Kap bzw. Vorgebirge) ist die westlichste Spitze Kontinentalafrikas. Das bei 14° 53 nördlicher Breite und 17° 30 westlicher Länge gelegene Kap… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Guardafui — /gwahr deuh fwee /, n. Cape, a cape at the E extremity of Africa. * * * …   Universalium

  • Guardafui — Guar•da•fui [[t]ˌgwɑr dəˈfwi[/t]] n. geg Cape, a cape at the E extremity of Africa …   From formal English to slang

  • Guardafui — /gwadəˈfui/ (say gwahduh foohee) noun Cape, a cape at the eastern extremity of Africa in north eastern Somalia …   Australian English dictionary

  • Guardafui — /gwahr deuh fwee /, n. Cape, a cape at the E extremity of Africa …   Useful english dictionary

  • Diogo Fernandes Pereira — Diogo Fernandes Pereira, sometimes called simply Diogo Fernandes, was a Portuguese 16th C. navigator, originally from Setúbal, Portugal. Diogo Fernandes was the first known European captain to visit the island of Socotra in 1503 and the… …   Wikipedia

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