Definition of Luanda
1. Noun. Port city on Atlantic coast; the capital and largest city of Angola.
Generic synonyms: Port, National Capital
Group relationships: Angola, Republic Of Angola
Definition of Luanda
1. Proper noun. The capital of Angola. ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Luanda
Luanda (current term)
Literary usage of Luanda
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Angola: Arms Trade and Violations of the Laws of War Since the 1992 by Arms Project (Human Rights Watch), Human Rights Watch/Africa (1994)
"... Luanda was designated a Special Defense Zone (Zona de Defesa Especial or ZDE). This was revived in late 1993. Units dedicated to the defense of the ..."
2. Angola: Towards an Energy Strategy by International Energy Agency (2006)
"Angola has one refinery, located near Luanda, and a small topping plant in ... The capacity of the Luanda refinery was reportedly 45 thousand barrels per ..."
3. The Gospel in All Lands by Missionary Society, Methodist Episcopal Church (1900)
"AW Withey reports : "lu the Angola Mission we have the following properties : In Luanda three fourths of an acre in the upper city overlooking the lower ..."
4. Agricultural Marketing Directory for U.S. & Africa Trade by Mary E. Lassanyi, Wayne Olson (1997)
"Tel: 2693 Luanda Port Authority, Servicos de Portos, Caminhos de Ferro e ... Tel: 2-70061; Telex: 3224 Ministry of Finance, Avda 4 de Fevereiro, Luanda. ..."
5. Vital Records of East Bridgewater, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850 by East Bridgewater (Mass.) (1917)
"Arthur, bp. Aug. 14, 1796, CRI Charles W., h. Luanda K., , 1822, GRS Debby, d. Arthur, bp. June 3, 1787, CRI Esther, ch. Azor and Sarah, Apr. 19, 1814. ..."
6. The General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and Critical by Alexander Chalmers (1812)
"AMICO (BARTHOLOMEW), a learned Jesuit, born at Anzo in Luanda in 1562, was professor of philosophy and theology in the college at Naples, and its president ..."