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[ pwer-tuh-ree-koh, pwer-toh, pawr-tuh; Spanish pwer-taw ree-kaw ]

/ ˈpwɛr tə ˈri koʊ, ˈpwɛr toʊ, ˈpɔr tə; Spanish ˈpwɛr tɔ ˈri kɔ /

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noun

an island in the central West Indies: a commonwealth associated with the U.S. 3,435 sq. mi. (8,895 sq. km). Capital: San Juan. Abbreviation: P.R., PR

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Formerly Porto Rico.

OTHER WORDS FROM Puerto Rico

Puer·to Ri·can, adjective, noun

Words nearby Puerto Rico

Puerto Limón, Puerto Montt, Puerto Rican, Puerto Rican cherry, Puerto Rican royal palm, Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico Trench, puertorriqueño, Puerto Vallarta, Pufendorf, puff

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How to use Puerto Rico in a sentence

  • The District of Columbia and Puerto Rico also have mask orders.

    Masks should fit better or be doubled up to protect against coronavirus variants, CDC says|Lena H. Sun, Fenit Nirappil|February 11, 2021|Washington Post

  • Puerto Rico was placed in a “high” category of LGBTQ policies, along with 18 states and the District of Columbia.

    Puerto Rico: Number one in hate crimes|Alberto J. Valentín|February 2, 2021|Washington Blade

  • Activists in Puerto Rico also acknowledged Vázquez’s roots on the island.

    Carmen Vázquez, longtime LGBTQ activist, dies at 72|Michael K. Lavers|January 29, 2021|Washington Blade

  • This partnership will allow Waves Ahead to uphold its commitment to the community and expand its capacity to serve LGBTQ seniors in Puerto Rico.

    Two groups team up to help trans, non-binary Puerto Ricans|Yariel Valdés González|January 25, 2021|Washington Blade

  • Starting this week, the retailer is making inoculations available through its stores in seven states, plus Chicago and Puerto Rico.

    Walmart, Starbucks, Amazon and other corporate giants moving to speed up coronavirus vaccine rollout|Taylor Telford|January 22, 2021|Washington Post

  • The refugees come from Panama, Paraguay, Venezuela, Nicaragua, Mexico, Colombia, Guatemala, and Puerto Rico.

    The 2014 Novel of the Year|Nathaniel Rich|December 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST

  • “Tu eres como chuleria en pote,” goes the Puerto Rican expression that gave rise to his moniker.

    In The Shadow of Murdered Cops|Michael Daly|December 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST

  • So in America, “Havana Club” is made by Bacardi in Puerto Rico and can be found in five states.

    Why Congress Hates Your Cuban Rum|Tim Mak|December 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST

  • And then there is William Morales of the Puerto Rican independence group the FALN.

    Cuba Protects America’s Most Wanted|Michael Daly|December 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST

  • For example, since 2011 it has been adding 30 per cent more capacity per year on flights to Puerto Rico.

    Goodbye, Bahamas. Hello, Havana!|Clive Irving|December 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST

  • But down here off Puerto Rico, she for once leaves her beaten track of sobriety and indulges in the most extravagant caprices.

    Gardens of the Caribbees, v. 1/2|Ida May Hill Starr

  • The opening up of the new railroad to the Atlantic coast at Puerto Barrios will do wonders for the country.

    Guatemala, the country of the future|Charles M. Pepper

  • Puerto Rico was occupied with a very small loss—two killed and thirty-seven wounded.

    The Blue and The Gray|A. R. White

  • We intend to remain in Porto Rico; we do not know what we shall do with the Philippines.

    The Head Hunters of Northern Luzon From Ifugao to Kalinga|Cornelis De Witt Willcox

  • He decided to wait for her, and find out from her how matters stood in Puerto Cortez.

    The Great Round World and What Is Going On In It, Vol. 1, No. 29, May 27, 1897|Various

British Dictionary definitions for Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico

/ (ˈpwɜːtəʊ ˈriːkəʊ, ˈpwɛə-) /


noun

an autonomous commonwealth (in association with the US) occupying the smallest and easternmost of the Greater Antilles in the Caribbean: one of the most densely populated areas in the world; ceded by Spain to the US in 1899. Currency: US dollar. Capital: San Juan. Pop: 3 674 209 (2013 est). Area: 9104 sq km (3515 sq miles)Former name (until 1932): Porto Rico Abbreviation: PR

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Cultural definitions for Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico

[ (pwer-tuh, pawr-tuh ree-koh) ]


Island in the Caribbean Sea, southeast of Miami, Florida. Its capital and largest city is San Juan.

notes for Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico is a commonwealth of the United States. Citizens of Puerto Rico are also American citizens but do not vote in federal elections and do not pay federal taxes on their local earnings.

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The Untold Story On How Puerto Rico Got Its Name

© Ricardo Mangual/flickr

Kris Pethick

21 February 2018

Puerto Rico is an island that has a long and colorful history behind it. The island is alive with a happy and easygoing population full of culture, music, and great local cuisine. There are rainforests, dry forests, tropical forests, coastal areas, beaches and mountains. So how did such a fabulous island get its name over 500 years ago?

Puerto Rico is a large island that is eastern most of the Greater Antilles. It consists of roughly 3,500 square miles (9,065 square km) and was originally settled by the Taino Indians from South America. These were peaceful people and lived in harmony. They called themselves Boriken or Borinquen meaning “the great land of the valiant and noble lord”. They had a cacique or chief and lived on domesticated tropical crops such as sweet potatoes, cassava, and pineapple, and supplemented their diet with seafood.

Taino petroglyphs | © Jaime Olmo/flickr

On Oct 12, 1492 Christopher Columbus first spotted land in the new world which is known today as The Bahamas. After returning to Spain with the news of his discovery it was not hard to convince King Ferdinand and Queen Isabela of Spain to finance a second trip to the new world. On September 25, 1493 Columbus set out with 17 ships and 1,500 men with sheep, cattle, and horses to colonize these new lands for Spain.

Monument to Christopher Columbus in Old San Juan | © Jeff Hitchcock/flickr

On November 19, 1493 Columbus landed on the island of what is today known as Puerto Rico. Columbus found the island inhabited with about 50,000 Taino Indians. The Indians were a little too friendly and showed Columbus the gold nuggets in the river and told him they were his for the taking. And the rest is history.

But how did Puerto Rico get its name? Christopher Columbus named the island San Juan Bautista after John the Baptist. The first settlement was named Puerto Rico, meaning rich port, because of the plentiful natural resources, the location, and the gold nuggets in the river. Later, thanks to one of Columbus’ lieutenants named Juan de León, the settlement became the most important military outpost for the Spanish. So, the names were switched, and San Juan became the name of the port and military outpost and the island became known as Puerto Rico.

The old city gate in Old San Juan | © Roger W/flickr

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If I don’t marry her, some kid will run around Puerto Rico barefoot!

If I don’t marry Elizabeth, some kid in Puerto Rico will be barefoot and hungry!

Subsequently offered a teaching position at Harvard University which you turned down to pursue SETI work at the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico.

You were offered a position at Harvard but you preferred the PVR project at the Puerto Rico Observatory.

The United States had adopted Puerto Rico which loved its adoptive parents and did not wish to be separated from them.

The United States adopted Puerto Rico, which loves them back and does not want to be separated from them.

It controlled Puerto Rican ports and airspace and obliged Puerto Rico to trade solely with it, while its corporations determined basic commodity prices.

They control Puerto Rican ports and airspace and oblige Puerto Rico to trade exclusively with them, while their corporations determine the prices of major commodities.

If Congress or the Puerto Rican population rejected self-determination, the Government of Puerto Rico would have to convene a new constitutional assembly.

If Congress or the people of Puerto Rico reject self-determination, the government of Puerto Rico will have to call a new constitutional convention.

Even after the establishment of a constitutional Government for Puerto Rico in 1952, the United States congressional authority over Puerto Rico remained unaltered.

Even after the creation of constitutional government in Puerto Rico in 1952, the power of the United States Congress over Puerto Rico remained unchanged.

Lastly, he requested the Committee to recommend to the General Assembly that it consider the question of Puerto Rico as soon as possible.

In closing, he asked the Committee to recommend that the General Assembly consider the question of Puerto Rico as soon as possible.

The people of Puerto Rico had the capacity and the will to resolve the country’s problems, if only they could break free from the grip of colonialism.

The people of Puerto Rico have the strength and will to solve the problems of the country, if only they could free themselves from the clutches of colonialism.

At the dawn of the new millennium, Puerto Rico remained an American colony and had entered a new stage in the struggle against colonialism.

On the threshold of the new millennium, Puerto Rico continues to be a colony of the United States and has already begun a new phase of the struggle against colonialism.

International pressure must lead to a United States commitment to decolonize Puerto Rico.

Pressure from the international community should lead the United States to commit itself to decolonizing Puerto Rico.

This time, the case of Puerto Rico falls in the context of a unipolar new world order, skilfully orchestrated under the baton of Washington.

This time, the Puerto Rico issue is seen in the context of a new unipolar world order that Washington is skillfully managing.

In 2007, miss Puerto Rico’s makeup was spiked with pepper spray.

In 2007, Miss Puerto Rico’s makeup was treated with pepper spray.

The people of Puerto Rico had the capacity and the will to resolve the country’s problems, if only they could break free from the grip of colonialism.

The people of Puerto Rico have the strength and will to solve the problems of the country, if only they could free themselves from the clutches of colonialism.

Accusations of official corruption and indictments of high officials have wracked Puerto Rico over the past four years, as documented in previous reports.

During Governor Calderón’s first year in office, two issues that dominated the 2000 campaign took a backseat to issues such as fighting corruption and efforts to revive the economy.

The economic, social and psychological impact of the political situation in Puerto Rico was such that it affected peace and security.

The economic, social and psychological consequences of the political situation in Puerto Rico are such that they affect peace and security.

Puerto Rico’s economy is in a demand-constrained regime, and there is no reason to expect this to change in the foreseeable future.

Puerto Rico’s economy is in demand-constrained mode and there is no reason to expect this to change in the foreseeable future.

And what we’re here to do is not to talk about Puerto Rico or the past.

We are not here to discuss Puerto Rico or the past.

Both of these countries are dark compared to Puerto Rico, which has half as many residents as either Haiti or the Dominican Republic.

Both countries are dark compared to Puerto Rico, which has half the population of Haiti or the Dominican Republic.

And that was the beginning of Mincy, one of the best players Puerto Rico ever had.

And that was the start of Minsi, one of the best players that Puerto Rico had.

The islands are located in the Leeward Islands, about 60 miles east of Puerto Rico and 15 miles from the United States Virgin Islands.

The islands are located in the Leeward Islands group about 60 miles east of Puerto Rico and 15 miles from the United States Virgin Islands.

With the help of a radio telescope in Arecibo (Puerto Rico) researchers can listen for extraterrestrial signals in space.

Using a radio telescope in Arecibo (Puerto Rico), researchers listen for extraterrestrial signals in space.

But don’t you dare outbid me on that trip to Puerto Rico.

But don’t you dare outdo me with this trip to Puerto Rico.

Tha’s Lola. She’s from Puerto Rico, and fatso here is Paulita, from Mexico. Who are you?

— This is Lola. She is from Puerto Rico and this is Paulita from Mexico. Who are you?

You’re Puerto Rico’s glamor couple.

The most spectacular couple in Puerto Rico.

Puerto Rico is technically a territory.

Strictly speaking, Puerto Rico is a territory.

The patient went to Puerto Rico a few months ago.

The patient traveled to Puerto Rico a few months ago.

So my doctor, he prescribes this clinic for me in Puerto Rico.

So my doctor, he recommended this clinic to me in Puerto Rico.

Wait, did Gina really go to Puerto Rico with that drug store cashier?

Wait, did Gina really go to Puerto Rico with the pharmacy cashier?

Are you telling me you don’t know anything about the Puerto Rico bombing?

In Puerto Rico, over one-third of the women on the island have been sterilized.

In Puerto Rico over 1/3 of the women on the island have been sterilized.

We have colonized Puerto Rico, and they will rise up against us.

We have colonized Puerto Rico and they will rebel against us.

After Puerto Rico, we need to take stock.

After Puerto Rico, we need to evaluate our reserves.

What if Michael Rutherford heard about the Westlake vacation home in Puerto Rico?

What if Michael Rutherford heard about the Westlake country house in Puerto Rico?

We have enough boots on the ground in Puerto Rico to hunt down Raina.

We have enough people in Puerto Rico to track Reyna.

Not one dollar that wings its way into Puerto Rico pays a cent in tax.

Not a single dollar that enters Puerto Rico is taxed.

In 2007, miss Puerto Rico’s makeup was spiked with pepper spray.

In 2007, Miss Puerto Rico’s makeup was treated with pepper spray.

You ever play musical chairs in Puerto Rico when you were a kid?

Did you play hide-and-seek in Port Rico as a child?

But you see, Miss Amber, I’m just this poor fellow from Puerto Rico, you know?

Miss Amber, I’m a poor guy from Puerto Rico.

I’m proud to introduce a man… who along with his lovely wife Chantal Hearst… has championed many charity causes in Puerto Rico.

I am proud to present to you a man… …who, along with his charming wife Chantal Hearst, is actively involved in philanthropy in Puerto Rico.

Jesus of Nazareth had a wife so after they killed him, his seed kept going, maybe through France, Spain, and then from Spain, came to Puerto Rico.

Jesus of Nazareth had a wife, after they killed him, his seed kept going, perhaps through France, Spain, and then from Spain, came to Puerto Rico.

The film was released publicly on May 16, 2013, in Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Germany, Peru, Puerto Rico, and Switzerland.

The film was publicly released on May 16, 2013 in Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Germany, Peru, Puerto Rico and Switzerland.

In Argentina, Venezuela, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic the sweet potato is called batata.

In Argentina, Venezuela, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic, sweet potatoes are called yam.

However, in 2016, the Supreme Court held that Puerto Rico is not a separate sovereign for the purposes of the Double Jeopardy Clause.

However, in 2016 the Supreme Court ruled that Puerto Rico is not a separate sovereign state for the purposes of the dual risk clause.

The Jones Act of 1917 granted greater autonomy to Puerto Rico, which had also been acquired in the Spanish–American War.

The Jones Act of 1917 granted greater autonomy to Puerto Rico, which was also acquired during the Spanish–American War.

Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands were the first two Caribbean NOCs to compete in the Winter Games.

Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands were the first two Caribbean nightclubs to compete in the Winter Games.

The Morro fortress in Havana shares its name with structures in Santiago de Cuba and the Castillo de San Felipe del Morro in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

The Morro Fortress in Havana shares a common name with buildings in Santiago de Cuba and Castillo de San Felipe Del Morro in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

It later made landfall in Puerto Rico as a high-end Category 4 hurricane with catastrophic effect.

It later struck Puerto Rico as a Category 4 hurricane with disastrous consequences.

He did not oppose the annexation of the Hawaiian islands or Puerto Rico, but he opposed the annexation of the Philippines.

He did not oppose the annexation of Hawaii or Puerto Rico, but he opposed the annexation of the Philippines.

However, this grasshopper has been deliberately released for control of Salvinia molesta in parts of Africa, Sri Lanka and India, and accidentally in Puerto Rico.

However, this grasshopper has been deliberately released to control Salvinia molesta in parts of Africa, Sri Lanka and India, and also accidentally in Puerto Rico.

U.S. insular territories American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands lie in the tropics and do not observe DST.

US island territories of American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands lie in the tropics and do not observe FST.

Once they had fulfilled their contracts the colonos asiaticos integrated into the countries of Peru, The Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and Cuba.

After they fulfilled their contracts, the colonos asiáticos integrated into the countries of Peru, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and Cuba.

Carcana was born in Bayamón, Puerto Rico.

Carcana was born in Bayamón, Puerto Rico.

In October 2014, Carcana was appointed Acting-Adjutant General of the Puerto Rico National Guard, after the resignation of Brigadier General Juan José Medina Lamela.

In October 2014, Carcana was appointed Acting Adjutant General of the Puerto Rico National Guard, following the resignation of Brigadier General Juan José Medina Lamela.

The Gaddis Argosy article delineated the boundaries of the triangle, giving its vertices as Miami; San Juan, Puerto Rico; and Bermuda.

Gaddis Argosi’s article delineated the boundaries of the triangle, calling it the peaks of Miami, San Juan, Puerto Rico and Bermuda.

Further, American territories including American Samoa and Puerto Rico were to adopt the mainland minimum wage in a series of incremental increases.

In addition, US territories, including American Samoa and Puerto Rico, were required to adopt the mainland minimum wage in the form of a series of gradual increases.

In Puerto Rico, Epiphany is an important festive holiday, and is commonly referred to as Dia de Los Tres Reyes Magos, or Three Kings’ Day.

In Puerto Rico, Epiphany is an important public holiday and is commonly called Dia de Los Tres Reyes Magos, or Three Kings Day.

Santana beat him on October 19, 1985 at San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Santana defeated him on October 19, 1985 in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

On his second trip, begun in 1493, he found more Caribbean islands including Puerto Rico.

During his second voyage, which began in 1493, he discovered several other Caribbean islands, including Puerto Rico.

After Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico in September 2017, a large population of Puerto Ricans began moving to Florida to escape the widespread destruction.

After Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico in September 2017, a large population of 90,040 Puerto Ricans began moving to Florida to avoid widespread destruction.

consequent, the communities in Mexico, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, Argentina and Brazil began working more closely together on shared goals.

So the communities in Mexico, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, Argentina and Brazil have become more collaborative towards common goals.

Flag of Puerto Rico: photo, colors, meaning, history

The loosely associated government of Puerto Rico is dependent on the US. The municipal flag was officially approved only in the middle of the 20th century.

The modern Puerto Rico flag looks like this:

Content

  1. Flag History
  2. Description
  3. Flag Colors
  4. Flower and Tight Sign
  5. Interesting facts about flags about the flag
  6. Nestoring Flags about Flags about the Flags — Rico

History of the flag

For a couple of centuries, Puerto Rico was colonized by Spain.

September 23, 1868 in Puerto Rico came an uprising in the city of Lares, known as «El Grito de Lares», which translates as «cry of Lares». The sign of the uprising was a rectangular panel, divided by white horizontal and vertical stripes into 4 rectangles. Top is blue, bottom is red. In the upper left rectangle is a five-pointed white star. The uprising was put down. At the moment, this day is celebrated as a municipal holiday.

at the moment this day is celebrated as a municipal holiday.

Flag of colonial Spain in 1793-1873 and 1875-1898. It was a rectangle divided into three horizontal stripes. Upper and lower reddish. Medium, wider, yellow. On a yellowish stripe, closer to the pole, there was an emblem, imagining an oval, divided vertically into two equal parts. The left one is reddish with a yellowish castle, the right one is white with a red lion. The emblem is topped with a crown.

Spanish Colonial Flag 1873-1875 It was a rectangle divided by yellow horizontal and vertical stripes into 4 equal red rectangles. At the intersection of the stripes there is a green colonial shield topped with a crown.

In 1895, representatives of the Puerto Rican branch of the Cuban Revolutionary Party, which fought the colonialists, made a flag reminiscent of the Cuban, swapping blue and red colors. This is how the modern flag of Puerto Rico appeared.

In July 1898, during the Spanish-American War, American armies invaded Puerto Rico. Spain had to cede its colony to the United States. from 1899 to 1952, the only official flag was the US flag.

After the 1950 assassination attempt by Puerto Rican separatists on American President Truman, the latter agreed to hold a referendum in Puerto Rico on the adoption of its constitution. The constitution was adopted in the first half of the 50s and years. On July 24, the state flag of example 189 was approved5 years old

Description

Rectangle with 2:3 length to width ratio.

Divided horizontally into 5 equal stripes. The upper, central and lower are red, between them are two white stripes.

A blue equilateral triangle with a side equal to the width of the flag is located at the flagpole.

In the center of the triangle is a five-pointed white star.

Flag colors

Three colors:

  • red;
  • blue;
  • white.

Colors not regulated by law. You can see different tones of blue and red.

The meaning of the colors and sign of the flag

In 1895, the creators of the flag took the banner of the Cuban revolutionaries behind the base, rearranging the colors. They indicated the symbolism of each element and color.

  • The red stripes symbolize the blood shed for the independence of the country.
  • white stripes — peace and harmony.
  • The star symbolizes the peninsula of Puerto Rico.
  • Blue triangle — blue water, washing the country and the endless unstained sky above.

Other flags

The Governor’s standard is a white rectangular panel with the coat of arms of Puerto Rico.

The coat of arms is a green shield with a white lamb depicted on it, a flag and a book with seven locks. Framing the shield in the form of alternating symbols of the kingdoms subordinate to the Spanish crown.

The letter F depicted on the right and a bunch of tied arrows speak of Ferdinand II. The letter Y and the yoke on the right is Isabella of Castile.

At the bottom of the developing ribbon — the motto in Spanish, which translates as «John is his name» (quote from the Gospel). The motto speaks of John the Baptist and recalls that the peninsula was previously called San Juan Bautista.

The coat of arms is the oldest of all the coats of arms of the states of the New World. It was granted to Puerto Rico by the Spanish crown as early as 1511.

Interesting facts about the flag

In 2016, one of the Russian channels, reporting on the death of the Cuban winner Fidel Castro, showed his portrait against the background of the Puerto Rican flag.

In 2013, the president of Venezuela mixed up the designated flags. Popular singer of Puerto Rican origin Ricky Martin in his Twitter ridiculed the faux pas of the Venezuelan favorite. But not so long left to wait Martin apologized for the mockery and wrote that he loves Venezuela. President Maduro replied to the singer: “Venezuela loves you apart from that.

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