Definitions for navarrenəˈvɑr; nɑˈvɑr rɑ
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
Na•varrenəˈvɑr; nɑˈvɑr rɑ(n.)
Category: Geography (places)
An autonomous community in northern Spain, once an independent kingdom of Basque origin.
A part of the Northern Basque Country (France), often referred to as Basse Navarre in French, to distinguish it from the Navarre belonging to Spain.
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
one of the 49 provinces of Spain, comprising by far the greater portion of the old kingdom of Navarre, which lasted up to 1512, the other part of which now forms French Basses-Pyrénées; the Spanish province lies on the SW. border of France, is very varied in surface and climate; in the N. the people are chiefly Basques, and are much more energetic than the southern Spaniards; maize, wheat, and red wine are the chief products.