Definition of Goya in English:

Goya

proper noun

  • (1746–1828), Spanish painter and etcher; full name Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes. He is known for his works concerning the French occupation of Spain 1808–14, including "The Shootings of May 3rd 1808" (1814) and "The Disasters of War" (1810–14), depicting the cruelty and horror of war.

Pronunciation:

Goya

/ˈɡoiə/