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Te·gu·ci·gal·pa

 (tə-go͞o′sə-găl′pə, tĕ-go͞o′sē-gäl′pä)
The capital and largest city of Honduras, in the south-central part of the country. Founded in the late 1500s as a mining center, it became the capital in 1880.

Tegucigalpa

(Spanish teɣuθiˈɣalpa)
n
(Placename) the capital of Honduras, in the south on the Choluteca River: founded about 1579; university (1847). Pop: 1 061 000 (2005 est)

Te•gu•ci•gal•pa

(təˌgu sɪˈgæl pə, -ˈgɑl pɑ)

n.
the capital of Honduras, in the S part. 670,100.
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