Definition of Saragossa in English:

Saragossa

Syllabification: Sar·a·gos·sa
Pronunciation: /ˌserəˈɡäsə
 
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A city in northern Spain, capital of Aragon, situated on the Ebro River; population 666,129 (2008). Spanish name Zaragoza.

Origin

alteration of Caesaraugusta, the name given to the ancient settlement on the site, taken by the Romans in the 1st century bc.

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