Definition of Capital of Morocco

1. Noun. The capital of Morocco; located in the northwestern on the Atlantic coast.

Exact synonyms: Rabat
Generic synonyms: National Capital
Group relationships: Al-magrib, Kingdom Of Morocco, Maroc, Marruecos, Morocco



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capital of Maine
capital of Malawi
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capital of Montana
capital of Morocco (current term)
capital of Mozambique
capital of Nebraska
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capital of New Zealand
capital of Nicaragua
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Literary usage of Capital of Morocco

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1. Carpenter's Geographical Reader; Africa by Frank George Carpenter (1905)
"IN FEZ, THE capital of Morocco THE empire of Morocco is larger than any one of our States except Texas. It has several million inhabitants, ..."

2. Africa by Frank George Carpenter (1916)
"IN FEZ, THE capital of Morocco THE empire of Morocco is larger than any one of our States except Texas. It has several million inhabitants, ..."

3. A System of Modern Geography, Designed for the Use of Schools and Academies by Samuel Augustus Mitchell (1881)
"Fez is the capital of Morocco, and lies north of the Atlas mountains. Algiers, on the Mediterranean, is the capital of Algeria. ..."

4. The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by Isaac Smith Homans, William Buck Dana (1860)
"THE capital of Morocco. The following is eome account of the ancient capital of the Moorish domin ion. ..."

5. The Barbarians of Morocco by Adalbert Sternberg (1909)
"When they outgrew the town, the second Edris looked for a site on which to build a city which should be the capital of Morocco, and it was these springs ..."

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