Island in the Atlantic Ocean and an autonomous region of Portugal. (proper noun) अटलांटिक महासागर में द्वीप और पुर्तगाल का एक स्वायत्त क्षेत्र।
Examples of word Madeira
Gonsalie, Jean de Morales, and some of the sailors pulled through the surf and set foot on the island, which they called Madeira, because it was so well wooded.
That race also was a qualifier for the World Championships, set for May 7 in Madeira
Jane's inheritance from the uncle in Madeira that Jane is actually a rather sassy, assertive teenager, who knows what is best for her and, very gracefully, refuses to take crap from anyone (though like her author she is a bit of a snob and racist) the repeated instances of the supernatural - prophetic dreams, culminating in her hearing Rochester call to her from a hundred miles away - which make it a magical rather than realistic novel that it is actually a very enjoyable book.
Madeira, where these nuts grow so abundantly that they have often been called Madeira-nuts.
"I say, Jack Vernon," sang out Larkyns to me, across the table, "I suppose you know why it is called Madeira?"
The king of the walnuts, _Juglans regia_, sometimes called Madeira walnut, Persian walnut, Spanish walnut and English walnut, is the finest of the nuts as far as the fruit is concerned, and is a handsome tree growing to immense size with large spreading branches and almost tropical foliage.
It is the chief affluent of the Madeira, which is itself the chief affluent of the Amazon.
The actual outposts of western occupation, then, were the Azores, which were discovered by Genoese sailors in the pay of Portugal early in the fourteenth century; the Canaries, which had been continuously discovered and rediscovered since the Phoenicians occupied them and Pliny chose them for his Hesperides; and Madeira, which is believed to have been discovered by an Englishman under the following very romantic and moving circumstances.