Definition of Corunna in US English:

Corunna

proper noun

  • A port in northwestern Spain; population 245,164 (2008). It was the point of departure for the Armada in 1588 and the site of a battle in 1809 in the Peninsular War, at which British forces under Sir John Moore defeated the French.

    Spanish name La Coruña

Pronunciation

Corunna

/kəˈrənə/