Definition of Minorca in English:

Minorca

Syllabification: Mi·nor·ca
Pronunciation: /məˈnôrkə
 
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The most easterly and second largest of the Balearic Islands of Spain, in the western Mediterranean Sea; population 92,434 (2008); capital, Mahón. Spanish name Menorca.

Derivatives

Minorcan

adjective& noun
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  • The dominant old merchant families were divided between those of Minorcan, Genoese, Maltese and Moroccan Jewish descent.
  • With the promise of land, Greek colonists primarily from Mani in the south of Greece, as well as Italians, Minorcans, and Corsicans, began arriving in Florida on June 26, 1768.
  • As a result, all of the Minorcans were released, and were given four days to get out of New Smyrna.

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