Virginia


Virginia
sustantivo masculino
1 Tabaco virginiano, procedente del estado norteamericano que le da nombre.
2 TEXTIL Tejido de algodón, semejante a la cretona.

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virginia. (De Virginia, en los Estados Unidos de América). m. Tabaco virginiano.

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Puede referirse a: ● Virginia estado de los Estados Unidos. ● Virginia nombre propio de mujer.

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(Commonwealth of Virginia)
► Estado del E de E.U.A., junto al Atlántico (bahía de Chesapeake); 105 586 km2 y 6 187 358 h. Cap., Richmond. Primer centro mundial de elaboración de tabaco. Bovinos. Riqueza minera (carbón, cinc, plomo) e ind. derivada.

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(as used in expressions)
Virginia Patterson Hensley
Martin, Mary (Virginia)
Masters, William H(owell) y Johnson, Virginia E(shelman)
Virginia Katherine McMath
Virginia Tech
Hazel Virginia Hotchkiss
Woolf, (Adeline) Virginia
Adeline Virginia Stephen
Virginia Wynette Pugh

Enciclopedia Universal. 2012.

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