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Characters Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

バーサ

see styles
 baasa / basa / バーサ
 Vertical Wall Scroll
(place-name) Baza (Spain); Vaasa (Finland)

ムーラ

see styles
 muura / mura / ムーラ
 Vertical Wall Scroll
(place-name) Moora (Australia); Mugla (Turkey); Mula (Spain)

リビア

see styles
 ribia / リビア
 Vertical Wall Scroll
(place-name) Libya; Llivia (Spain); Revere

ロンダ

see styles
 ronda / ロンダ
 Vertical Wall Scroll
(place-name) Ronda (Spain); Londa; Rhonda; Rhondda

西班牙

see styles
xī bān yá / xi1 ban1 ya2
hsi pan ya
 supein / supen / すぺいん
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Spain
(ateji / phonetic) (kana only) Spain; (place-name) Spain

馬德里


马德里

see styles
mǎ dé lǐ / ma3 de2 li3
ma te li
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Madrid, capital of Spain

スペイン

see styles
 supein / supen / スペイン
 Vertical Wall Scroll
(place-name) Spain

巴倫西亞


巴伦西亚

see styles
bā lún xī yà / ba1 lun2 xi1 ya4
pa lun hsi ya
 Vertical Wall Scroll
Valencia, Spain

バレンシア

see styles
 barenshia / バレンシア
 Vertical Wall Scroll
(place-name) Valencia (Spain)

トロ

see styles
 toro / トロ fatty cut (esp. of tuna belly); (place-name) Toro (Spain)

ハカ

see styles
 haka / ハカ haka (dance) (mao:); (place-name) Jaca (Spain)

ビゴ

see styles
 bigo / ビゴ (place-name) Vigo (Spain)

ルゴ

see styles
 rugo / ルゴ (place-name) Lugo (Spain)

ロハ

see styles
 roha / ロハ (colloquialism) free; (place-name) Loja (Spain)

伊倫


伊伦

see styles
yī lún / yi1 lun2
i lun
Irun (city in Basque region of Spain)

南蛮

see styles
 nanban / なんばん (1) (archaism) (derogatory term) southern barbarians (formerly used by the Chinese to refer to non-ethnic Chinese to the south); (2) (archaism) South-East Asia; (3) (archaism) (See 紅毛・2) Western Europe (esp. Spain and Portugal, their South-East Asian colonies, and their goods and people arriving in Japan via the colonies); (prefix) (4) exotic (esp. Western European or South-East Asian style); (5) (usu.ナンバ) (in dance, puppetry, etc.) thrusting the right foot and right arm forward at the same time (or left foot and left arm); (6) (abbreviation) (See 南蛮煮・なんばんに・2) food prepared using chili peppers or Welsh onions

哈恩

see styles
hā ēn / ha1 en1
ha en
Jaén, Spain

巴薩


巴萨

see styles
bā sà / ba1 sa4
pa sa
Barca (nickname for FC Barcelona); Baza (town in Grenada, Spain)

希洪

see styles
xī hóng / xi1 hong2
hsi hung
Gijón (Asturian: Xixón), city in northwest Spain on the bay of Biscay

日西

see styles
 nissei / nisse / にっせい Japanese-Spanish (gen. for translations and dictionaries); Japan-Spain (e.g. intercountry trade and relations); (surname) Hinishi

渡西

see styles
 tosei / tose / とせい (noun/participle) going to Spain; moving to Spain; (surname) Watanishi

アビラ

see styles
 abira / アビラ (place-name) Avila (Spain)

アラバ

see styles
 araba / アラバ (place-name) Alava (Spain)

アラマ

see styles
 arama / アラマ (place-name) Alhama (Spain)

アロラ

see styles
 arora / アロラ (place-name) Alora (Spain)

イルン

see styles
 irun / イルン (place-name) Irun (Spain)

エガ川

see styles
 egagawa / エガがわ (place-name) Ega (Spain) (river)

エステ

see styles
 esute / エステ (1) (abbreviation) (See エステティック・1) beauty treatment; cosmetology; (2) (abbreviation) (See エステティックサロン) beauty salon; beauty-treatment clinic; (place-name) Este (Italy); Yeste (Spain)

オスナ

see styles
 osuna / オスナ (place-name) Osuna (Spain)

オリバ

see styles
 oriba / オリバ (place-name) Oliva (Spain)

オンダ

see styles
 onda / オンダ (place-name) Honda (Colombia); Onda (Spain)

カスペ

see styles
 kasupe / カスペ (place-name) Caspe (Spain)

グラド

see styles
 gurado / グラド (place-name) Grado (Spain); Grad

サリア

see styles
 saria / サリア (place-name) Sarria (Spain)

シル川

see styles
 shirugawa / シルがわ (place-name) Sil (Spain); Syr-Dar'ya (river)

ソリア

see styles
 soria / ソリア (place-name) Soria (Spain)

タラサ

see styles
 tarasa / タラサ (place-name) Tarrasa (Spain)

ナバラ

see styles
 nabara / ナバラ (place-name) Navarra (Spain)

ハエン

see styles
 haen / ハエン (place-name) Jaen (Spain)

バスク

see styles
 basuku / バスク (1) Basque; (2) bask; (place-name) Basque (Spain); Busk

パルラ

see styles
 parura / パルラ (place-name) Parla (Spain)

パロス

see styles
 parosu / パロス (place-name) Palos de la Frontera (Spain)

ヒホン

see styles
 hihon / ヒホン (place-name) Gijon (Spain)

ビーク

see styles
 biiku / biku / ビーク (place-name) Vich (Spain); Vik (Iceland); Beke; Wieck

フラガ

see styles
 furaga / フラガ (place-name) Fraga (Spain)

ヘロナ

see styles
 herona / ヘロナ (place-name) Gerona (Spain)

ベリン

see styles
 berin / ベリン (place-name) Verin (Spain)

ボルハ

see styles
 boruha / ボルハ (place-name) Borja (Spain)

マオン

see styles
 maon / マオン (place-name) Mahon (Spain)

マタロ

see styles
 mataro / マタロ (See ムールヴェードル) Mataro (wine grape variety); (place-name) Mataro (Spain)

マラガ

see styles
 maraga / マラガ Malaga (wine); (place-name) El Maraghah; Malaga (Spain)

レウス

see styles
 reusu / レウス (place-name) Reus (Spain)

レリダ

see styles
 rerida / レリダ (place-name) Lerida (Spain)

ロルカ

see styles
 roruka / ロルカ (place-name) Lorca (Spain)

世界報


世界报

see styles
shì jiè bào / shi4 jie4 bao4
shih chieh pao
the name of various newspapers, notably Le Monde (France), El Mundo (Spain) and Die Welt (Germany)

加的斯

see styles
jiā dì sī / jia1 di4 si1
chia ti ssu
Cádiz, Spain

埃布羅


埃布罗

see styles
āi bù luó / ai1 bu4 luo2
ai pu lo
Ebro river (in northeast Spain)

托萊多


托莱多

see styles
tuō lái duō / tuo1 lai2 duo1
t`o lai to / to lai to
Toledo, Spain

索里亞


索里亚

see styles
suǒ lǐ yà / suo3 li3 ya4
so li ya
Soria, Spain

萊里達


莱里达

see styles
lái lǐ dá / lai2 li3 da2
lai li ta
Lérida or Lleida, Spain

阿維拉


阿维拉

see styles
ā wéi lā / a1 wei2 la1
a wei la
Avila, Spain

韋斯卡


韦斯卡

see styles
wéi sī kǎ / wei2 si1 ka3
wei ssu k`a / wei ssu ka
Uesca or Huesca, Spain

韋爾瓦


韦尔瓦

see styles
wéi ěr wǎ / wei2 er3 wa3
wei erh wa
Huelva, Spain

馬拉加


马拉加

see styles
mǎ lā jiā / ma3 la1 jia1
ma la chia
Málaga, Spain; Malaga city in Iranian East Azerbaijan

馬略卡


马略卡

see styles
mǎ lüè kǎ / ma3 lu:e4 ka3
ma lu:e k`a / ma lu:e ka
Majorca (island of Spain)

馬約卡


马约卡

see styles
mǎ yāo kǎ / ma3 yao1 ka3
ma yao k`a / ma yao ka
Majorca (island of Spain)

アビレス

see styles
 abiresu / アビレス (place-name) Aviles (Spain)

アラゴン

see styles
 aragon / アラゴン (place-name) Aragon (Spain)

アラセナ

see styles
 arasena / アラセナ (place-name) Aracena (Spain)

アルコイ

see styles
 arukoi / アルコイ (place-name) Alcoy (Spain)

アルシラ

see styles
 arushira / アルシラ (place-name) Alcira (Spain); Arcila

ウエスカ

see styles
 uesuka / ウエスカ (place-name) Huesca (Spain)

ウエルバ

see styles
 ueruba / ウエルバ (place-name) Huelva (Spain)

ウトレラ

see styles
 utorera / ウトレラ (place-name) Utrera (Spain)

エルチェ

see styles
 eruche / エルチェ (place-name) Elche (Spain)

エルバス

see styles
 erubasu / エルバス (place-name) Elvas (Portugal); Hervas (Spain)

オビエド

see styles
 obiedo / オビエド (place-name) Oviedo (Spain)

オレンセ

see styles
 orense / オレンセ (place-name) Orense (Spain)

カセレス

see styles
 kaseresu / カセレス (place-name) Caceres (Spain); Ckceres (Brazil)

カディス

see styles
 kadisu / カディス (place-name) Cadiz (Spain)

カラオラ

see styles
 karaora / カラオラ (place-name) Calahorra (Spain)

ガンジア

see styles
 ganjia / ガンジア (place-name) Gandia (Spain)

クエンカ

see styles
 kuenka / クエンカ (place-name) Cuenca (Spain)

ゲルニカ

see styles
 gerunika / ゲルニカ (place-name) Guernica (Spain)

サグント

see styles
 sagunto / サグント (place-name) Sagunto (Spain)

サバデル

see styles
 sabaderu / サバデル (place-name) Sabadell (Spain)

サラゴサ

see styles
 saragosa / サラゴサ (place-name) Zaragoza (Spain)

セゴビア

see styles
 segobia / セゴビア (place-name) Segovia (Spain)

セビリア

see styles
 sebiria / セビリア (place-name) Sevilla (Spain); Seville

セヴィル

see styles
 seriru / セヴィル (place-name) Seville (Spain)

タラゴナ

see styles
 taragona / タラゴナ (place-name) Tarragona (Spain)

タラッコ

see styles
 tarakko / タラッコ (place-name) Tarraco (Spain)

タリファ

see styles
 tarifa / タリファ (place-name) Tarifa (Spain)

テルエル

see styles
 terueru / テルエル (place-name) Teruel (Spain)

トリード

see styles
 toriido / torido / トリード (place-name) Toledo (Spain)

トルトサ

see styles
 torutosa / トルトサ (place-name) Tortosa (Spain)

ハロン川

see styles
 harongawa / ハロンがわ (place-name) Jalon (Spain) (river)

バダホス

see styles
 badahosu / バダホス (place-name) Badajoz (Spain)

バダロナ

see styles
 badarona / バダロナ (place-name) Badalona (Spain)

ビスカヤ

see styles
 bisukaya / ビスカヤ (place-name) Vizcaya (Spain)

Entries with 2nd row of characters: The 2nd row is Simplified Chinese.

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