Tananarive


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Ta·na·na·rive

 (tə-năn′ə-rēv′, tä-nä-nä-rēv′)

Tananarive

(French tananariv)
n
(Placename) the former name of Antananarivo

An•ta•na•na•ri•vo

(ˌɑn təˌnɑ nəˈri voʊ, ˌæn təˌnæn ə-)

n.
the capital of Madagascar, in the central part. 1,250,000. Formerly, Tananarive.
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In addition, Tananarive is the previous name of Antananarivo, the capital of Madagascar.
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En 1952, alors qu'au meme moment, les statistiques officielles de population ne possedent plus de rubrique distincte pour les metis, le directeur de l'ecole europeenne d'Antsirabe, ville situee au sud de Tananarive, repartit ses eleves entre Francais, etrangers, citoyens francais d'origine malgache, et autochtones.
That will be a great sense of homecoming,'' Tananarive Due said.
Omer Beriziky, welcomed me in his Tananarive offices soon after my arrival in Madagascar.
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