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A region and former kingdom of central and northern Spain. Autonomous from the tenth century, it joined with Aragon in 1479 after the marriage of Isabella and Ferdinand (1469), thus forming the nucleus of modern Spain.
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(Placename) a former kingdom comprising most of modern Spain: originally part of León, it became an independent kingdom in the 10th century and united with Aragon (1469), the first step in the formation of the Spanish state
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1. Spanish, Cas•ti•lla (kɑsˈti lyɑ, -yɑ) a former kingdom comprising most of Spain.
2. Also called Castile′ soap′. a variety of mild soap, made from olive oil and sodium hydroxide.
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|Noun||1.||Castile - a region of central Spain; a former kingdom that comprised most of modern Spain and united with Aragon to form Spain in 1479|
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Castile[kæsˈtiːl] N → Castilla f
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n → Kastilien nt
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Castile[kæˈstiːl] n → Castiglia
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