Braga [brah-guh] Examples noun
- 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.
Walter Crum Watson
Hereric and Braga lived at Stillingfleet with their brothers.
Clements R. Markham
The archbishop of Braga was, as has been already mentioned, the creature of Spain.
It was well for the corps that Terence abstained from joining the army at Braga.
G. A. Henty
Within a few miles of Guimaraens is Braga, celebrated for centuries as a stronghold of the Church.
British Dictionary definitions for braga Braga noun
- 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