Guadiana

Guadiana, an important river of Spain, has its source in the E. of the plateau of Mancha, and for a short distance is known as the Zancara, flows in a westerly direction as far as Badajoz, where it bends to the S., then forms the border between Portugal and Spain for a short distance, bends into Alemtejo, and again, ere reaching the Gulf of Cadiz, divides the two countries; it is 510 m. long, of which only 42 are navigable.

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

Guadeloupe * Guanajuato
Grouchy, Emmanuel, Marquis de
Grove, Sir George
Grove. Sir William Robert
Grub Street
Grundtvig, Nikolai Frederik Severin
Grundy, Mrs.
Gruyère
Guacho
Guadalquivir
Guadeloupe
Guadiana
Guanajuato
Guatemala
Guayaquil
Gubernatis, Angelo de
Gudrun
Guelderland
Guelphs
Guericke, Otto von
Guerin, Maurice de
Guerin, Pierre

Nearby

Guadiana in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable