Definition of Tangier in English:

Tangier

(also Tangiers)

proper noun

  • A seaport on the northern coast of Morocco, on the Strait of Gibraltar commanding the western entrance to the Mediterranean; population 762,583 (2004). Portuguese from the end of the 15th century, Tangier was ruled by the sultan of Morocco 1684–1904, when it came under international control; it passed to the newly independent monarchy of Morocco in 1956.

Pronunciation:

Tangier

/tanˈdʒɪə/