Braga [brah-guh] Examples noun

  1. a city in N Portugal: an ecclesiastical center.

Examples from the Web for braga Historical Examples of braga

  • It claims to have been the Primaz or chief church of the whole archdiocese of Braga.

    Portuguese Architecture

    Walter Crum Watson

  • Hereric and Braga lived at Stillingfleet with their brothers.

    The Paladins of Edwin the Great

    Clements R. Markham

  • The archbishop of Braga was, as has been already mentioned, the creature of Spain.

    The History of the Revolutions of Portugal

    Abb Vertot

  • It was well for the corps that Terence abstained from joining the army at Braga.

    With Moore at Corunna

    G. A. Henty

  • Within a few miles of Guimaraens is Braga, celebrated for centuries as a stronghold of the Church.

    Lippincott’s Magazine of Popular Literature and Science, Vol. 26, October, 1880


  • British Dictionary definitions for braga Braga noun

    1. a city in N Portugal: capital of the Roman province of Lusitania; 12th-century cathedral, seat of the Primate of Portugal. Pop: 164 193 (2001)Ancient name: Bracara Augusta

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