Diu

Diu, a small Portuguese island, with a port of the same name, in the Gulf of Cambay, S. of the peninsula of Gujarat, India; was a flourishing place once, and contained a famous Hindu temple; inhabited now chiefly by fishermen.

Population (circa 1900) given as 12,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Ditton, Humphry * Divan, The
Discobolus, The
Discord, Apple of
Discord, The Goddess of
Dismal Science
Dismas, St.
Disraeli, Benjamin
D'Israeli, Isaac
Dithyramb
Ditmarsh
Ditton, Humphry
Diu
Divan, The
Dives
Dividing Range
Divine Comedy, The
Divine Doctor
Divine Pagan
Divine Right
Dixie Land
Dixon, W. Hepworth
Dizier, St.

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