Definition of Ceuta in English:

Ceuta

proper noun

  • A Spanish enclave, consisting of a port and a military post, on the coast of Morocco in northern Africa; population 77,389 (2008). It overlooks the Mediterranean approach to the Strait of Gibraltar and with Melilla forms a community of Spain.

Pronunciation:

Ceuta

/ˈsā-//ˈT͟Hāˌo͞otə/