Definition of Guernica in English:

Guernica

proper noun

  • A town in the Basque Provinces of northern Spain, to the east of Bilbao; population 16,255 (2008). Formerly the seat of a Basque parliament, it was bombed in 1937, during the Spanish Civil War, by German planes in support of Franco, an event depicted in a famous painting by Picasso. Full name Guernica y Luno/iː ˈluːnəʊ/.

Pronunciation:

Guernica

/ɡəːˈniːkə/