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Definition of the noun Villalba
What does Villalba mean as a name of something?
- Villalba is the vernacular name of the Condylidium, a genus of Asteraceae.
- Villalba is the vernacular name of the Condylidium iresinoides, a species of Condylidium.
- geographic area: Caribbean, North America
Villalba is a municipality of Puerto Rico located in the central region, northeast of Juana Díaz; south of Orocovis; and west of Coamo. Villalba is spread over 6 wards and Villalba Pueblo. It is part of the Ponce Metropolitan Statistical Area.
- also known as Villalba, Puerto Rico; Villalba / Villalba city
- part of Puerto Rico, Ponce metropolitan area, United States, with Territories
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Villalba
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Landmark Puerto Rico (2003)
by Don Philpott
Villalba is a charming mountain town with cobblestone streets and fountains. The Orocovis- Mirador Villalba is an observation tower on route 143 and offering fantastic panoramic views. Then drive along 149 through the Central Mountain ...
t/c by Timothy Black
Villalba is a short distance to the north of Ponce, the second largest city in Puerto Rico, named after Christopher Columbus's lieutenant, Juan Ponce de León, who was appointed the first governor of Puerto Rico in 1509 by the Spanish crown.
First Aid on the Farm (2017)
Natural and Conventional Treatments by Alfred Lee Anduze, Ferdinand Rivera Villalba
Dr Ferdinand Rivera Villalba is a practicing podiatrist in Mayaguez ...
by Job Smith Mills, William Ross Funk, Samuel Strickler Hough
Villalba is a settlement on a very important new road now being built over the mountains to connect with the railroad that runs along the northern coast. It is the center of a vast coffee region, and the new road will open up this country in a way ...
Capitalism & Democracy by Aldo Gelso
Villalba is a small town in the center of Sicily in the province and vicinities of Caltanissetta, loosed on a large extension of land without trees or houses and appears to be burned by the sun in the summer and green only in the spring. Vizzini ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1911)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information
13,572 Villalba is the chief town of the district watered by the Ladra, Tamboga and other small streams—a fertile plateau 1500 ft. above sea-level. Cloth and pottery are manufactured, and there is some trade in grain and live stock.
The Encyclopædia Britannica (1911)
The New Volumes, Constituting, in Combination with the Twenty-nine Volumes of the Eleventh Edition, the Twelfth Edition of that Work, and Also Supplying a New, Distinctive, and Independent Library of Reference Dealing with Events and Developments of the Period 1910 to 1921 Inclusive
13,571 Villalba is the chief town of the district watered by the Ladra, Tamboga and other small streams—a fertile plateau 1500 ft. above sea-level. Cloth and pottery are manufactured, and there is some trade in grain and live stock.
by John Hannavy
John Vignoles VILLALBA, RICARDO (active 1860–1880) Ricardo Villalba (sometimes spelled Villaalba), was active in Perú and Bolivia, ...
by Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain)
ANDRA'DA or ANDRA'DE, FERNANDO PEREZ DE, a Spanish nobleman, Conde de Andrada y Villalba, born at the castle of Andrada at Puente de Eume in Galicia, in the latter part of the fifteenth century. Andrada acquired ...
VILLALBA, a village of Spain, in the prov. and 18 m. NNW of Lngo, on the agdalenxg over which a bridge is here thrown. Po . 500.-—Also a v. in the rev. of Taragona, 30 rn. NW of Tortosa. V LLALBA-DE-ADAJA, a village of Spain, in tbelprov.
by Judika Illes
The one and only Halloween Queen, Pamela Apkarian-Russell of Castle Halloween, Angela Villalba of the Mexican Sugar Skull Company and Jim Balent and Holly Golightly of BroadSword Comics all showed extraordinary kindness and ...
The Catholic Encyclopedia (1912)
An International Work of Reference on the Constitution, Doctrine, Discipline, and History of the Catholic Church by Charles George Herbermann, Edward Aloysius Pace, Condé Bénoist Pallen, Thomas Joseph Shahan, John Joseph Wynne, Andrew Alphonsus MacErlean
Villalba, Crtmica general ...
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Villalba del Alcor (Huelva)
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Suceso en Collado Villalba
Scrabble value of V4I1L1L1A1L1B3A1
The value of this 8-letter word is 13 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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