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Mauritius

Mau·ri·tius

 (mô-rĭsh′əs, -ē-əs)
An island country in the southwest Indian Ocean comprising the island of Mauritius and several small dependencies in the Mascarene Islands. Originally uninhabited, the islands were probably known to Arab and Malay traders in the Middle Ages. Mauritius was controlled by the Dutch (1598-1710), the French (1715-1810), and the British (after 1814) before independence was achieved in 1968. It became a republic in 1992. Port Louis is the capital and the largest city.

Mau·ri′tian adj. & n.

Mauritius

(məˈrɪʃəs)
n
(Placename) an island and state in the Indian Ocean, east of Madagascar: originally uninhabited, it was settled by the Dutch (1638–1710) then abandoned; taken by the French in 1715 and the British in 1810; became an independent member of the Commonwealth in 1968. It is economically dependent on sugar. Official language: English; a French creole is widely spoken. Religion: Hindu majority, large Christian minority. Currency: rupee. Capital: Port Louis. Pop: 1 322 238 (2013 est). Area: 1865 sq km (720 sq miles). Former name (1715–1810): Île-de-France

Mau•ri•tius

(mɔˈrɪʃ əs, -ˈrɪʃ i əs)

n.
1. an island in the Indian Ocean, E of Madagascar. 720 sq. mi. (1865 sq. km).
2. a republic consisting of this island and several other islands: formerly a British colony. 1,182,212; 788 sq. mi. (2040 sq. km). Cap.: Port Louis.
Mau•ri′tian, adj., n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Mauritius - a parliamentary state on the island of MauritiusMauritius - a parliamentary state on the island of Mauritius
Mauritius - an island in the southwestern Indian Ocean
Port Louis - capital and chief port of Mauritius; located on the northwestern coast of the island
Mauritian - a native or inhabitant of Mauritius
2.Mauritius - an island in the southwestern Indian Ocean
Mauritius, Republic of Mauritius - a parliamentary state on the island of Mauritius
Indian Ocean - the 3rd largest ocean; bounded by Africa on the west, Asia on the north, Australia on the east and merging with the Antarctic Ocean to the south
Translations
Mauricius
Mauritius
Mauritius
Mauricijus
Mauritius
モーリシャス
모리셔스
Mauritius
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เกาะมอริเชียส
nước Mauritius

Mauritius

[məˈrɪʃəs] NIsla f Mauricio m

Mauritius

[məˈrɪʃəs] nl'île f Maurice

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[məˈrɪʃəs] n(l'isola di) Maurizio f

Mauritius

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After the award ceremony, an international mushaira was held where prominent scholars like Jawaid Danish from Canada, Obaidur Rahman from KSA, Alain Desoulieres from France, Mohammad Asif Ali, Shamtally and Abeenazz from Mauritus, Noor Amrovi from the USA and Ahmad Ahfaque from Qatar were present.
South East Asia countries consists of Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Brunei and Thailand; Middle East countries consists of a country such as Arab Saudi, Egypt, UAE, Jordan, Kuwait, Iran, Iraq, Palestine, Israel, Syria, Bahrain, Cyprus, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar and Yemen; African countries consists of 54 countries and a few of the countries that contributes to the research article on Waqf on that period such as Algeria, Ghana, Mauritus, Gambia, Tanzania, Sudan, Tunisia and Sudan; South Asia countries which consists of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Maldavies and for the others sub country category consists of a country such as UK, US, Rusia, Soviet Republic, Kyrgyzstan, China, Japan and Austria.
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Since the morning, Modi has met leaders from Afghanistan, Maldives, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Mauritus, Nepal and Pakistan.