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Definition of the noun patagonia

What does patagonia mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: -

  1. region in southern South America between the Andes and the South Atlantic

Alternative definition of the noun patagonia

proper noun

  1. A geographical region in the southern South America, including the southern parts of Chile and Argentina

Films

  1. "Patagonia" is a 2010 drama film about Welsh and Argentine people connected to "Y Wladfa", the Welsh settlement in Patagonia, Argentina. The film stars several well-known Welsh actors including Matthew Rhys, Nia Roberts and the singer Duffy. Directed by Welsh director Marc Evans, it premiered at the Seattle International Film Festival on 10 June 2010 and had its UK premiere in Cardiff on 4 March 2011.
  2. "Patagonia" is a 1972 short film directed by Narcisa Hirsch.
    • country: Argentina
    • released in (44 years ago)
  3. "Patagonia" is a 1998 short fantasy romance thriller film written and directed by Elias Giannakakis.
  4. "Patagonia" is a film, directed by Harvey Lowry.

Phrases with Patagonia

Phrases starting with the word Patagonia:

  1. Patagonia Leather Petal
  2. Patagonia Mountain Leatherpetal

Phrases ending with the word Patagonia:

  1. Genus Patagonia
  2. Boopis Patagonia
  3. Crania Patagonia
  4. Carinoma Patagonia
  5. Spilochalcis Patagonia
  6. Species Boopis Patagonia
  7. Species Crania Patagonia
  8. Species Carinoma Patagonia
  9. Species Spilochalcis Patagonia

Other phrase containing the word Patagonia:

  1. Species Patagonia Mauleana

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Patagonia

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Google previewBulletin of the Pan American Union (1911)

Patagonia is an ancient title, however, as it was inscribed on a map as early as 1529, and has ever since been...

Google previewBulletin (1911)

by Pan American Union

Patagonia is an ancient title, however, as it was inscribed on a map as early as 1529, and has ever since been...

Google previewCongressional Edition (1911)

Patagonia is an ancient title, however, as it was inscribed on a map as early as 1529, and has ever since been recognized...

Google previewUnited States Congressional Serial Set (1911)

Patagonia is an ancient title, however, as it was inscribed on a map as early as 1529, and has ever since been...

Google previewThe Late Cenozoic of Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego (2011)

by J. Rabassa

Patagonia is the southernmost portion of the Southern Cone.

Google previewThe New Primary Geography (1876)

by Samuel Augustus Mitchell

Patagonia is a wild barren country, occupying the southern part of South America . It is inhabited by miserable...

Google previewThe Andes (2001)

A Trekking Guide by Cathy Biggar, John Biggar

INTRODUCTION Patagonia is the name used for the southern areas of Chile and Argentina, often applied to anywhere south of about latitude 40°. Perhaps the greatest variety of scenery and mountain types in the world are to be found here at ...

Google previewForeign Policy Theory in Menem's Argentina (1997)

by Carlos Escudé

As a consequence, few people stop to think that postponing the development of Patagonia is a grave error only if it means underutilizing Argentine resources that should be used to give the Argentine people the best possible standard of living.

Google previewWalking Patagonia (2017)

The Way by Caspian Ray

Patagonia is a fairytale land, and defining Patagonia is impossible with any word other than “adventure.” Tierra del Fuego—Fireland—is the huge island at ...

Google previewGrasslands of the World (2005)

by J. M. Suttie, Stephen G. Reynolds, Caterina Batello

Extra-Andean Patagonia is an area of semi-arid grass and shrub steppes; vegetation is characterized by xerophytes. Guanacos are the only large native ungulate herbivore and the region has evolved under light grazing pressure.

Google previewConflict in the Southern Cone (1999)

The Argentine Military and the Boundary Dispute with Chile, 1870-1902 by George v Rauch

While eastern Patagonia is a land of arid plateaus, criss-crossed by rivers and streams formed by the melting snows, western Patagonia receives substantial amounts of rainfall and is dotted with fertile valleys and lakes.13 After the failure of ...

Google previewA Compendium of Modern Geography (1828)

by Alexander STEWART (Minister of Douglas.)

PATAGONIA is a mountainous, barren, and dismal country, infested with storms, and subject to frequent earthquakes. ,The natives, although placed in the most inhospitable climate, are the tallest and perhaps the handsomest race of amen on ...

Google previewGreen Business (2011)

An A-to-Z Guide by Nevin Cohen

Patagonia is an outdoor clothing company based in Ventura, California. It is best known for its environmental and social consciousness, which manifests itself from its marketing to its business practices to its support of environmental charities.

Google previewMonitoring International Labor Standards: (2003)

Summary of Domestic Forums by Policy and Global Affairs, National Research Council, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education

Roger McDivitt, presenter Patagonia is a privately owned designer, marketer, and retail seller of apparel and climbing equipment. It sources its line of apparel from 50 factories located in 20 countries; it does not own any manufacturing facilities ...

Google previewBorder Disputes: A Global Encyclopedia [3 volumes] (2015)

A Global Encyclopedia by Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly

Patagonia. Ice. Field. The border separating Argentina and Chile for the most part follows the continental divide of the Andes Mountains. The boundary was initially settled in 1881. However, several sections along the boundary were disputed ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Environmental History (2013)

by Ian Whyte

| Patagonia lack of natural predators but were vulnerable to human depredations as they only laid one egg each year. Its decline was started by deforestation but in the 18605 and 18705 large-scale ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Stateless Nations: Ethnic and National Groups around the World, 2nd Edition (2016)

Ethnic and National Groups around the World by James B. Minahan

million Homeland Patagonia forms a large plateau region of steppe-like plains, cold desert, and the largest ice field in the Southern Hemisphere, forming Chubut, Neuquén, Río Negro, Santa Cruz, and Tierra del Fuego provinces of ...

Google previewChambers's Encyclopedia A dictionary of universal knowledge (1891)

PASTURE PATAGONIA Italian), crested dog's-tail, and smooth-stalked meadow grass. (0) The short-lived components should not cover more than one- third of the whole land. According to these principles, a mixture suitable for a wet clay ...

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Scrabble value of P3A1T1A1G2O1N1I1A1

The value of this 9-letter word is 12 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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