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córdoba

noun cór·do·ba \ˈkr-də-bə, -və\

Definition of CÓRDOBA

— see money table

Origin of CÓRDOBA

Spanish córdoba, from Francisco Fernández de Córdoba †1526 Spanish explorer
First Known Use: 1913

Córdoba

geographical name Cór·do·ba \ˈkr-də-bə, ˈkr-thō-ˌvä\

Definition of CÓRDOBA

1
province S Spain area 5297 square miles (13,179 square kilometers), pop 761,657
2
or Cor·do·va \ˈkr-də-və, ˈkr-thō-ˌvä\ city, its , on the Guadalquivir pop 308,072
3
city N cen Argentina pop 1,179,067
Cor·do·ban \-bən\ adjective or noun

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