Segovia

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Se·go·vi·a

 (sĭ-gō′vē-ə, sĕ-gō′vyä)
A city of central Spain north-northwest of Madrid. An important Roman town, it was held sporadically by the Moors from 714 to 1079. Its Roman aqueduct (first or second century ad) is still in use.

Segovia

(sɪˈɡəʊvɪə; Spanish seˈɣoβja)
n
(Placename) a town in central Spain: site of a Roman aqueduct, still in use, and the fortified palace of the kings of Castile (the Alcázar). Pop: 55 640 (2003 est)

Segovia

(sɪˈɡəʊvɪə; Spanish seˈɣoβja)
n
(Biography) Andrés (anˈdres), Marquis of Salobreña. 1893–1987, Spanish classical guitarist

Se•go•vi•a

(səˈgoʊ vi ə)

n.
1. Andrés, 1893–1987, Spanish guitarist.
2. a city in central Spain. 41,880.
3. Coco.
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Noun1.Segovia - Spanish guitarist who made classical guitar a concert instrument (1893-1987)Segovia - Spanish guitarist who made classical guitar a concert instrument (1893-1987)