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Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

Puerto, a Spanish word meaning, a seaport, may refer to:


  • Puerto Rico
  • Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
  • El Puerto de Santa María, Andalusia, Spain
  • Puerto La Cruz, Venezuela
  • Puerto Cumarebo, Venezuela
  • Puerto Píritu, Venezuela


  • Puerto Rico (board game)
  • Operación Puerto doping case

Usage examples of "puerto".

So before the Anglo could get his own gun muzzle over the top edge of his improvised barricade, Longarm swung the muzzle of the Big Fifty up to fire a shot heard all across Puerto Periasco.

Gemma sitting on the couch beside this strange, doll-like woman with her heavy Puerto Rican accent, hearing her call Ianthe Apeiron a monster to her face, while the lady so accused placidly passed lemonade like a serving girl?

Puerto Rico and the Leeward Islands, Babcock could not avoid congratulating himself.

If I hurried I could make it to Puerto Banus with an hour or two of daylight left, so I did.

I left Puerto Banus without casting a glance in the direction of the Pelican.

There might be links stretching from our ram-raiders to Cakebread and Puerto Banus, but so far that was for the birds.

We had eighteen powerboats shifting two ton of heroin through Puerto Banus per month.

Spanish description is as follows: Esta baya de sanct lorenco y puerto de monte Rey descubrio el capan y cauo luis vaes de Torres a 10 de agosto del ano de 1606 y porser el puerto tanbueno lepuso este nombre.

Puerto Galera, a resort across from Batangas on the southern Philippine island of Luzon.

Black ghettos, Puerto Rican ghettos, ghettoization, science fiction ghetto .

We have two Indians - lascars - two Goanese, two Singhalese, two Poles, a Puerto Rican, a Southern Irishman and, for some odd reason, an Italian who, as an official enemy, ought to be a prisoner-of-war or in an internment camp somewhere.

Puerto Guayaba, about a mile up the coast, helping them build a sewer system for the town.

Puerto Guayaba, he stepped out of the elevator and stood in front of his office door i-r Mexico City.

Drive-in Puerto Rico, who informed him that he, Mauricio Galpa, was now sole owner and proprietor of the restaurant.

The boy who had despised Puerto Ricans had fallen in love with a dark-eyed, thin-ankled muchacha, and had not known it.