Translation for 'Azorean' from English to Swedish
NOUN   an Azorean | Azoreans
azorisk {adj}Azorean
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Translation for 'Azorean' from English to Swedish

azorisk {adj}
Usage Examples English
  • Mostardas was colonized by Azorean immigrants.
  • At the end of the 1933-1934 season, Angrense won the Azorean championship in Ponta Delgada, against rivals União Micaelense and Angústias da Horta.
  • He was commissioned to decorate a wall in the new building of the Azorean Parliament in Horta.
  • When two flagpoles exist, the Portuguese flag occupies the right one and the Azorean flag the left one.
  • The Azorean real, also known as the Azorean "Moeda Insulana" ("Insular Currency") was the currency of the Portuguese archipelago of the Azores, used until 1931.

  • The Bourne Building also houses a permanent installation that explores the Azorean impact on the growth and development of Southern New England and of New Bedford in particular, which is home to a vibrant Azorean community.
  • The first results came soon and Gonçalves Zarco discovers the Porto Santo Island in 1419 and the Madeira Island in 1420, Diogo de Silves discovered the azorean island of Santa Maria in 1427.
  • The Portuguese version of bullfighting differs considerably from its Spanish counterpart, and the Azorean variety, which began on Terceira, differs from the mainland style in some important respects also.
  • Berta Maria Correia de Almeida de Melo Cabral (born Ponta Delgada) is an Azorean politician.
  • Artur Lima (born 23 May 1963, in Santa Cruz) is a dentist and politician, the leader of the Azorean CDS-PP.

  • "Uma Família Açoriana" (lit. "An Azorean Family") is a Portuguese period television series broadcast by RTP. It first aired on RTP1 from 13 October 2013 to 1 December 2013.
  • By unanimous decision of the Azorean Legislative Assembly, in plenary session on 11 May 2006, Madruga da Costa was presented the Autonomy Insignia of Valor for his contributions to Azorean autonomy.
  • Miguel Mendonça (born August 1973, Salisbury, Rhodesia) is an Anglo-Azorean writer and musician based in Bristol, England.
  • Florianopolitan dialect, informally called manezês or manezinho, is a variety of Brazilian Portuguese heavily influenced by (and often considered an extension of) the Azorean dialect.
  • The municipality of Araquari was basically colonized by Azorean immigrants, who arrived at the coast of Santa Catarina between 1748 and 1756, and since then, the Azorean culture rooted up and walked hand in hand with the most diverse cultures, as with the Indigenous peoples in Brazil and Africans, both important in this region thus creating a cultural and religious mosaic.

  • Endemic flowering coastal plants present in the area include Azorean forget-me-not ("Myosotis azorica") and Azorean heather ("Erica azorica").
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