Relating to Portugal or its people or language
A variety of the brilliant cut used for gemstones, characterized by many small triangular and rhomboidal facets and an almost circular table.
Any of various types of knot.
A large edible oyster, Crassostrea angulata (now thought to be a variety of the Pacific oyster, C. gigas), which has a thick, white to pale brown shell with an irregular pattern of ridges and grooves, and was introduced to cultivation in Europe via Portugal.
A rowdy discussion in which many people speak simultaneously.
A floating colonial coelenterate with a number of polyps and a conspicuous float. It bears long tentacles which are able to inflict painful stings and occurs chiefly in warm seas
A north-east wind felt along the Portuguese coast.