Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A tin coin of the Portuguese possessions in India, equal to 2½ bazaruccos or 2 reis.

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Examples

  • Near by is the island of Roda, which is noteworthy for the legend that here the infant Moses was found by Pharaoh's daughter.

    The Critic in the Orient

  • Watch out Roda (aka Roda II), you have heavy competition.

    Tinto y Blanco

  • The game is played in a circle of people, known as a Roda (pronounced hoh-dah).

    The Eastern Echo

  • Watch out Roda (aka Roda II), you have heavy competition.

    Tinto y Blanco

  • If it's the Roda II (I believe it was called just "Roda" after the 2002) which is the more traditional style wine they make then I'd say from my experience with the '98s that it is ready to drink.

    The Pour

  • If it's the Roda II (I believe it was called just "Roda" after the 2002) which is the more traditional style wine they make then I'd say from my experience with the '98s that it is ready to drink.

    The Pour

  • Accompanied by his dingo, Roda, he finds that his package is a little boy named Lag.

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  • Ask around the ports of Agios Stefanos, Roda/Sidari or Corfu town and you can usually find a boat to take you north-west to the lovely Diapontia islands of Othoni (the biggest island, with many sea caves and impressive rocks), Erikoussa (the northernmost, with a picturesque port, Porto, and good beaches) and Mathraki (good for hiking and beaches).

    Insiders' guide to Greece

  • Of course, the technology sector remains exposed to sharp economic downturns, says David Roda , an investment strategist at Wells Fargo Private Bank.

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  • Ask around the ports of Agios Stefanos, Roda/Sidari or Corfu town and you can usually find a boat to take you north-west to the lovely Diapontia islands of Othoni (the biggest island, with many sea caves and impressive rocks), Erikoussa (the northernmost, with a picturesque port, Porto, and good beaches) and Mathraki (good for hiking and beaches).

    Insiders' guide to Greece

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