Lorca


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Lor·ca

 (lôr′kə, -kä), Federico García
See Federico García Lorca.

Lorca

(Spanish ˈlɔrka)
n
(Placename) a town in SE Spain, on the Guadalentín River. Pop: 82 511 (2003 est)

Lorca

(Spanish ˈlɔrka)
n
(Biography) Federico García (feðeˈriko ɡarˈθia). 1898–1936, Spanish poet and dramatist. His poetry, such as Romancero gitano (1928), shows his debt to Andalusian folk poetry. His plays include the trilogy Bodas de sangre (1933), Yerma (1934), and La Casa de Bernarda Alba (1936)

Gar•cí•a Lor•ca

(gɑrˈsi ə ˈlɔr kə)
n.
Federico, 1899–1936, Spanish poet and playwright.
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Noun1.Lorca - Spanish poet and dramatist who was shot dead by Franco's soldiers soon after the start of the Spanish Civil War (1898-1936)
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