Definition of Macahubas
1. macahuba [n] - See also: macahuba
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Macahubas
Literary usage of Macahubas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Explorations of the Highlands of the Brazil: With a Full Account of the Gold by Richard Francis Burton (1869)
"Here calls it "Rio do macahubas," and makes whereas in Alabama 1500 would be re- makes the Rio das Velhas of " great im- Itis. will give 500 llw. of cleaned ..."
2. Memoir of the State of Bahia by Arquivo Público do Estado da Bahia, Francisco Vicente Vianna, José Carlos Ferreira (1893)
"Hut for its final part, the story told in macahubas is in perfect accordance ... it is interesting that the story told about them in macahubas is much the ..."
3. Exploring and Travelling Three Thousand Miles Through Brazil from Rio de by James William Wells (1887)
"... macahubas on the Rio das Velhas is also well advanced. The total cost of the railway thus far has been 95648 : 3238 649 (at present ..."
4. Richard F. Burton ...: His Early, Private and Public Life; with an Account by Francis Hitchman (1887)
"The night following this at Santa Lusia, was spent at moorings off the macahubas das Freiras, a settlement consisting of an ancient priest, ..."
5. Biographical Record of the Officers and Graduates of the Rensselaer by Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Henry Bradford Nason (1887)
"His teacher was Dr. Abilio Cezar Borges, to-day Baron of macahubas. Entered the Institute in September, 1867. In 1872 began his profession as assistant ..."