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Definition of the noun Altea

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Altea is the vernacular name of the Nepsera aquatica, a species of Nepsera.

  • geographic area: Caribbean


Altea is a town and municipality located in the province of Alicante, Spain, north of Alicante on the section of Mediterranean coast called the Costa Blanca.

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Google previewV10 vixen's Practical Car's

by Joanna Barker

The Altea is a curvy bubbly little hatch, from the side it looks sweet and innocent, but head on, the slanted almost evil looking headlights and wide under grill give this hatch a not so innocent look. The bonnet has a deep curve that gives the ...

Google previewThe Third Path (2013)

Grow in Spiritual Awareness of Life Here and Hereafter by Bud Carroll

Rosemary Altea is a world-renowned English medium.

Google previewDK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Spain (2010)

by Josephine Quintero, Mary-Ann Gallagher

Altea is a resort with an ...

Google previewFodor's Spain 2011 (2010)

by Caroline Trefler

Altea is an old fishing village with white houses and a striking church with a blue ceramic-tile dome. One of the best-preserved towns on the Costa Blanca, it serves as a foil to the skyscrapers of Benidorm. The beach is pebbly. North of town ...

Google previewA New System of Geography (1762)

In which is Given, a General Account of the Situation and Limits, the Manners, History, and Constitution, of the Several Kingdoms and States of the Known World by Anton Friedrich Büsching

Altea is a little sea-port trading in wine, flax, filk and honey. - - Cape Artemus is the ancient Artemisium, but is now called Cabo de S. Martin, and also Punta del Emperador. The civdad of Denia, in Latin Dianeum and Artemisium, from Diana, ...

Google previewSpain (2005)

by Kelly Lipscomb

Altea is a former fishing village and still feels the part, with whitewashed homes topped by blue ceramic tiled domes ...

Google previewSt. Laurence And The Holy Grail (2004)

The Story Of The Holy Grail Of Valencia by Janice Bennett

Altea is a town on the coast to the south, next to a river '''' Donato mentions ...

Google previewMiddle English Dictionary (1966)

by Hans Kurath

al400 Alphita 4: Altea, bismaiua idem. Alta maiua, ibiscus idem; gall. wymalue, anglice hclyhokke. Respice in euiscus et in malua siluestris. al400 Lanfranc 56/7: Take malowe leues & ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Economic Products of India: Abaca to Buxus (1899)

by Sir George Watt, Edgar Thurston, T. N. Mukharji

Altea MALVA VISCO, Sp. Vern. — Gul-khairn, Khitmi-kd-jhdr, khaira-ka-jhor, Pers., Hind., Duk., and Bomb. ; Gulkhair, Mar., Guj., and CuTCH j ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of God (2003)

An A-Z Guide to Thoughts, Ideas, and Beliefs about God by Constance Victoria Briggs

Altea, Rosemary (c. 1935-) Internationally ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Economic Products of India (1889)

by Sir George Watt

Altea, //. ; Altea MALVA VISCO, Sp. Vera. — Gul-khairo, Khitmi-ka-jhdr, khaira-ia-jhor, Pers., Hind ., ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of British Film (2016)

Fourth edition by Brian McFarlane

Hayers, Sidney (b Edinburgh, 1921 – d Altea, Spain, 2000). Editor, director.

Google previewThe Telegraph Dictionary, and Seamen's Signal Book (1845)

Adapted to Signals by Flags Or Other Semaphores; and Arranged for Secret Correspondence, Through Morse's Electro-magnetic Telegraph: for the Use of Commanders of Vessels, Merchants, &c by Henry J. Rogers

Altea. Altona. Amazon or Maranoll. Amboyna. America, North. America, South. Anlwich. Amsterdam. Anclam. Ancona. Andaman Island. Andrews, St. Johns, N. B. Angenga. Anglesey, Isle of. Anglesey, Coast of. Angola.

Google previewA New and Complete Dictionary of Arts and Sciences (1754)

Comprehending All the Branches of Useful Knowledge, with Accurate Descriptions as Well of the Various Machines, Instruments, Tools, Figures, and Schemes Necessary for Illustrating Them, as of the Classes, Kinds, Preparations, and Uses of Natural Productions, Whether Animals, Vegetables, Minerals, Fossils, Or Fluids; Together with the Kingdoms, Provinces, Cities, Towns, and Other Remarkable Places Throughout the World by Society of Arts (Great Britain). Society of Gentlemen, Thomas Jefferys

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Google previewThe New International Encyclopaedia (1906)

by Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby

ALTEA, al-t&'a. A seaport town of Valencia, Spain, in the province of Alicante, 25 miles northeast of Alicante (Map: Spain, E 3). It stands on a rising ground at the head of a bay. It is known for its exports of raisins, and has a lighthouse on the ...

Google previewA universal gazetteer; or, Geographical dictionary of the world (1835)

by George Thomas Landmann

Altea, a town of Spain, province Valencia. It is seated on the Mediterranean, 30 m ne Alicant ; rich in wine, honey, silk, and flax. It was taken in 1705, for the archduke Charles, but lost after the famous battle of Almanza. Altex; see Altexgaabd.

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Scrabble value of A1L1T1E1A1

The value of this 5-letter word is 5 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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