Toledo
I. noun (plural -dos) Date: 1596 a finely tempered sword of a kind made in Toledo, Spain II. biographical name Alejandro 1946- president of Peru (2001- ) III. geographical name 1. city & port NW Ohio on the Maumee River population 313,619 2. province central Spain in W New Castile area 5934 square miles (15,369 square kilometers), population 489,543 3. commune, its capital population 59,563 • Toledan adjective or nounToledoan adjective or noun

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  • TOLEDO — TOLEDO, city in Castile, central spain ; capital of Castile until 1561. Early Jewish Settlement and Visigothic Period There is no substantive information available on the beginnings of the Jewish settlement in Toledo, which was only a small… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Toledo — Toledo, most notably, refers to the following two cities: *Toledo, Spain, a city and municipality located in central Spain *Toledo, Ohio, a city in the U.S. state of Ohio named after the Spanish city Places ;Belize: *Toledo District *Toledo… …   Wikipedia

  • Toledo — (provincia española y capital de ella) n. p. m. V. «mazapán de Toledo». * * * Toledo. □ V. albaricoque de Toledo. * * * Toledo es una ciudad que se encuentra en la España central, y es la capital de la provincia homónima y de la comunidad… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • TOLEDO — TOLEDO, city in Ohio, U.S. The estimated population (2005) was 315,000, with the Jewish population somewhat less than 4,000 (5,900 in the metropolitan area), approximately 6,000 fewer than cited in the 1972 Encyclopaedia Judaica. Local legend has …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Toledo — Toledo, OH U.S. city in Ohio Population (2000): 313619 Housing Units (2000): 139871 Land area (2000): 80.622253 sq. miles (208.810668 sq. km) Water area (2000): 3.452967 sq. miles (8.943144 sq. km) Total area (2000): 84.075220 sq. miles… …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

  • toledo — tòlēdo (tolȇdo) m <G a> DEFINICIJA 1. šupljikavi ručni vez; niti se iz platna izvlače poprečno i okomito kako bi se stvorila šara [izvesti toledo; izraditi toledo] 2. posebna obrada zlatnog nakita i ukrasnih predmeta [izraditi u toledu]… …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • Toledo — To*le do, n. A sword or sword blade made at Toledo in Spain, which city was famous in the 16th and 17th centuries for the excellence of its weapons. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • toledo — |ê| s. m. 1. Ato ou dito impensado. 2. Toleima. 3. Patetice. 4. Conjunto de tolos ou tolas. 5.  [Portugal: Trás os Montes] Maluquice. 6. andar com o toledo: andar com o cio …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • Toledo — ☛ V. albaricoque de Toledo …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • Toledo — Toledo1 [tə lē′dō] n. pl. Toledos a fine tempered sword or sword blade made in Toledo, Spain Toledo2 [tə lē′dō; ] for 2, Sp [ tō̂ lā′thō̂] 1. [after the city in Spain] city & port in NW Ohio, on Lake Erie: pop. 314,000 2. city in central Spain …   English World dictionary

  • Toledo — Tolēdo, Hauptstadt der span. Prov. T. (15.334 qkm, 1900: 376.814 E.; Neukastilien), am Tajo, 23.317 E., Sitz des span. Kardinal Erzbischofs und Primas, Kathedrale (1227 begonnen, mit Königsgräbern), Alcazar (Schloß aus dem 13. Jahrh., 1887… …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

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