• (British, America) IPA: /speɪn/
Proper noun
  1. A country in Europe, including most of the Iberian peninsula. Official name: Kingdom of Spain.
    • 1999, Stephen P. Reyna, "The Force of Two Logics", in S. P. Reyna & R. E. Downs (editors), Deadly Developments: Capitalism, states and war (War and Scoiety, volume 5), page 34
      Spain fought with France constantly from 1494 through the 1540s, especially over Italy.
  2. Surname for someone with Spanish ancestry.
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