Acosta

Acosta Derives From Greek|Rome|Spain. A Spanish and Portuguese surname. Originally it was used to refer to a person who lived by the seashore or from the mountains (encostas). It comes from the Portuguese da Costa (cognate of English `coast`), which in Spanish became de Acosta. ==Persons== ...
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Acosta

[canton] Acosta is the name of the 12th canton in the province of San José in Costa Rica. The canton covers an area of 242.24 km², and has a population of 19,342. The capital city of the canton is San Ignacio. The mountainous canton begins in the Cerros de Escazú on the far western edge of the San José Metropolitan Area. It continues we...
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Acosta

[crater] The crater is circular and bowl-shaped, with a small interior floor at the midpoint of the sloping inner walls. This crater was designated Langrenus C prior to being renamed by the IAU. ...
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Acosta

Type: Term Pronunciation: ah-kōs′tă Definitions: 1. Joseph (José) de, Spanish Jesuit missionary, 1539-1600. See: Acosta disease
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