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Tafalla is a town and municipality located in the province and autonomous community of Navarre, northern Spain. The Postal code is 31300.

  • also known as Tafalla, Spain
  • part of Spain


Tafalla is a genus of moths of the Noctuidae family.

Phrases with Tafalla

  1. Tafalla Thyoides
  2. Tafalla Laciniata
  3. Tafalla Ferruginea
  4. Tafalla Angustifolia
  5. Species Tafalla Thyoides

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Tafalla

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Google previewTravels through Portugal and Spain, during the Peninsular War (1820)

by William Graham (commissariat officer.)

Tafalla is a large and well- built town ; the houses are principally of stone, roofed with red tile. This place not ...

Google previewNew Voyages and Travels (1820)

Consisting of Originals and Translations by Sir Richard Phillips

Tafalla is a large and well- built town; the houses are principally of stone, roofed with red tile. This place not ...

Google previewLetters on Italy (1820)

by Antoine Laurent Castellan

Tafalla is a large and well- built town ; the houses are principally of stone, roofed with red tile. This place not ...

Google previewThe Metropolitan (1837)

Tafalla is a conventual, and yet Moorish-looking town, with its ancient walls, and turrets, and barbicans of Moslem raising. A great Dumber of convents, but few friars in them — most were busy fighting for Don Carlos, and had not time to say ...

Google previewStatistical and Geographical Survey of Spain and Portugal (1808)

Tafalla is a handsome little town, on the river Cidaco, 23 miles south of Pampeluna.

Google previewThe Monthly Magazine (1804)

Or, British Register ...

Tafalla is a small town surrounded with walls, construćted in the - antient antient manner, before the use of gunpowder ; but which, ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica ... (1902)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and General Literature ... in Thirty Volumes with New American Supplement

Tafalla is an ancient # first mentioned in the historical documents of : in 1940.

Google previewThe London and Paris Observer (1837)

Or Chronicle of Literature, Science, and the Fine Arts

_ Tafalla is a conventual and yet Moorish-looking town, ...

Google previewDictionary of Battles and Sieges: P-Z (2007)

by Tony Jaques

Using British-supplied siege guns, Spanish guerrilla General Francisco Espoz y Mina besieged Tafalla, just 30 miles from Pamplona in the western Pyrenees.

Google previewContributions Towards a Grammar and Dictionary of Quichua, the Language of the Incas of Peru (1864)

(Tafalla glauca, R. Especie de planta P.) A chloranthaceous plant Aytini . - . To wash metal Lavar ...

Google previewA Geographical Dictionary (1817)

Or Universal Gazetteer, Ancient and Modern in Two Volumes by Joseph Emerson Worcester

Sig' uenga Taled'o Valladolid Aberdeen Glasgow Tafalla Valencia Edinburgh St. UNIVERSITIES IN EUROPE'.

Google previewHaydn's Dictionary of Dates and Universal Information Relating to All Ages and Nations (1876)

by Joseph Haydn

Alfonso reviews 30,000 troops near Tafalla, 22 J an; issues proclamation to northern provinces, promising amnesty, and respect to local rights, 22 Jan. Serrano returns to Madrid . . . . Feb. Cal-lists surprise and defeat royalists at Lucar , Feb.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Applied Psychology (2004)

For example, Tafalla and Evans manipulated cognitive effort and noise in a laboratory experiment, finding that noise adversely affected performance but had little impact on cortisol when effort was low. When participants worked under high ...

Google previewA Phonographic Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1846)

Abridged from the Octavo by William Bolles

Tafalla, ta-fil4.

Google previewThe Edinburgh gazetteer, or, Geographical dictionary (1822)

by Edinburgh gazetteer

TAfalla, a small but ancient town of the north-east of Spain, in Navarre, on the river Gidacos, 27 miles N. of Tiuleln, and 19 S. of l'ainpeluna. It has 30(10 inhabitants, Was formerly the residence of tho kings of Navarre, and the seat of a univer* ...

Google previewThe Edinburgh Gazetteer or compendious geographical dictionary (1829)

containing a description of the various countries

Tafalla, a town of Spain, in Navarre, on the Cidacos, 27 miles N. Tudela. Pop. 3000. Tafilelt, a large district or kingdom, situ ated to the south-east of the mountain chain of Atlas, and tributary to the empire of Morocco. It consists of a vast plain.

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Scrabble value of T1A1F4A1L1L1A1

The value of this 7-letter word is 10 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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