There are 2 definitions of Lusitania in English:

Lusitania1

Line breaks: Lu¦si|ta¦nia
Pronunciation: /ˌluːsɪˈteɪnɪə
 
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An ancient Roman province in the Iberian peninsula, corresponding to modern Portugal.

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Lusitanian

adjective & noun
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  • The Lusitanians, a warlike Celtic tribe under the leadership of Viriathus, fiercely opposed the Roman armies, but the latter triumphed.
  • Our encounters with the top teams in Mumbai, like the Lusitanians, Goans and Tatas, used to keep full houses spellbound till the final whistle.
  • The two kept the crowd informed both in English and Thai, of the journey throughout history aboard Lusitanian horseback.

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There are 2 definitions of Lusitania in English:

Lusitania2

Line breaks: Lu¦si|ta¦nia
Pronunciation: /ˌluːsɪˈteɪnɪə
 
/
A Cunard liner which was sunk by a German submarine in the Atlantic in May 1915 with the loss of over 1,000 lives.

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