Definition of Andorra in US English:

Andorra

proper noun

  • A small autonomous principality in southwestern Europe, in the southern Pyrenees, between France and Spain; population 70,000 (estimated 2014); capital, Andorra la Vella; languages, Catalan (official) and French.

    Andorra's independence dates from the late 8th century, when Charlemagne is said to have granted the Andorrans self-government for their help in defeating the Moors. Since World War II, tourism has driven the economy

Pronunciation

Andorra

/ænˈdɔrə//anˈdôrə/