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Flota

Definition of the noun Flota

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Flota is a genus of Flabelligeridae.

Flota is a genus of Flabelligeridae, described by Hartman in 1967.

Flota is a genus of Fauveliopsidae, described by Hartman in 1967.

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"Flota" is a composition, cataloged instance.

Phrases with Flota

Phrases starting with the word Flota:

  1. Flota Vitjasi
  2. Flota flabelligera

Phrase ending with the word Flota:

  1. genus Flota

Other phrases containing the word Flota:

  1. Species Flota Vitjasi
  2. species Flota flabelligera

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Google previewA New Dictionary of the English Language ... (1856)

by Charles Richardson

FLOTA, f. Sp. A fleet " The flota is a fleet of ...

Google previewThe Modern Part of an Universal History (1759)

From the Earliest Account of Time. Compiled from Original Writers. By the Authors of The Antient Part

flota is a fleet consisting of three men of war, and flcta, fourteen or fifteen merchant ships, from 400 to 1000 tons burthen; they are loaded almost with every Tort of goods which Europe produces for export ; all forts of woollens, linens, silks , ...

Google previewThe History of the Herculean Straits, Now Called the Straits of Gibraltar (1771)

Including Those Ports of Spain and Barbary that Lie Contiguous Thereto : in Two Volumes ; Illustrated with Copper Plates by Thomas James

To: flota is a fleet confisting of three men of war, and - fourteen or fifteen merchant ships, from four hundred to althousand tons burden (1); they are loaded with almost every: sort of goods which Europe produces for export; all sorts of woollens, ...

Google previewThe modern part of An universal history, from the earliest accounts to the present time (1784)

The flota is a fleet consisting-of three men of war, and fourteen or fifteen merchant ships, from four hundred to one thousand. tons burthen ; they are loaded almost with every fort of goods which. Europe produces for export ; all forts of woollens, ...

Google previewThe Lady's Magazine Or Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex (1778)

Appropriated Solely to Their Use and Amusement

The flota is a fleet of three men of war, and fourteen or fifteen merchant fhips, from four hundred to one thoufand tons burthen, which fail from Cadiz laden with all forts of woolens, linens, filks, velvets, laces, glafs, paper, every species of cutlery ...

Google previewThe Lady's Magazine (1778)

Entertaining Companion, for the Fair Sex, Appropriated Solely to Their Use and Amusement. ...

The flota is a fleet of three men of war, and fourteen or fifteen merchant (hips, from four hundred to one thousand tons burthen, which fail from Cadiz laden with all forts of woolens, linens, silks, velvets, laces, glass, paper, every species of ...

Google previewAn Universal History (1766)

From the Earliest Accounts to the Present Time

THE flota is a fleet consistor of three men of war, and fourteen or fifteen merchant ships, from 4co to 1000 tons burthen ; they are loaded aluíost with every sort of goods which Europe produces for export; all sorts of woollens, limens, silks, ...

Google previewThe Stanford Dictionary of Anglicised Words and Phrases (1892)

by Charles Augustus Maude Fennell

The flota is a fleet of large ships, which carry out the foods of Europe to the ports of America, and bring back ...

Google previewA New English Dictionary of the English Language (1836)

by Charles Richardson

The flota is a fleet of large shipa, which carry out the goods of Europe to the ports of America, and bring back the produce of Mexico, Peru, and other kingdoms of the New World. — Swinburne. Travels through Spain, Let. 28. While Grenville's ...

Google previewThe Pirate Dictionary

by Breverton, Terry

FLOTA The Spanish ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Perthensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, Etc. : Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)

FLOTA, or FlorTA, a FLEET; a name given by the Spaniards to the ships which they send annually from Cadiz to the port of Vera Cruz, to fetch thence the merchandizes gathered in Mexico for Spain. It confists of the captains, ...

Google previewA Topographical Dictionary of Scotland (1813)

And of the Islands in the British Seas by Nicholas Carlisle

FLOTA, ISLE, one of the ORKNEys: formerly a Vicarage, united to the ancient Vicarage of Waas; The Church is in tolerable repair. It is in the Presbytery of Cairston, and Synod of Orkney. The Resident Population of this Parish, in 1801, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Derivations of the English Language (1872)

In which Each Word is Traced to Its Primary Root. Forming a Text Book of Etymology. With Definitions and the Pronunciation of Each Word

fiiet, flota, ship, from fledtan, to float, swim, L. fluere, to flow.] A navy or squadron of ships, especially, ships of war. Fleet, (flet) a. [Iccl. flidtr, quick, fiyta, to hasten.] Swift in motion; moving with velocity. Flesh, (flesh) n. [A.-S. fldse, Ger. fleisch ...

Google previewA Gazetteer of the World, Or, Dictionary of Geographical Knowledge (1856)

\VALLS-AND- FLOTA ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Metropolitana, Or, Universal Dictionary of Knowledge (1845)

Comprising the Twofold Advantage of a Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement, with Appropriate Engravings by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose

It FLOTA. js remarkable that no salt ponds exist in any other of l-*~~V~m~' the Keys. Key West possesses a good anchorage, ground or roadsteed, with 24 feet water. Hence to the Havanna the distance is only 25 leagues. Among; the long ...

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Video shows what flota means. A fleet, especially a fleet of Spanish ships which formerly sailed every year from Cadiz to Vera Cruz, in Mexico, to transport to ...

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Scrabble value of F4L1O1T1A1

The value of this 5-letter word is 8 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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