Lucayo in a sentence

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It was on Friday, the twelfth of October, that they saw this island, which was an island of the Lucayos group, called, says Las Casas, "in the tongue of the Indians, Guanahani.
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He had discovered the island on its northern side by sailing southwest from the Lucayos or Bahamas.
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Likewise the Iles of Lucayos nere to the Ile of Hispaniola, and of the north side unto that of Cuba, in nomber beinge above three score ilandes, together with those which they call the Iles of Geant, one with another greate and little, whereof the very worste is fertiler then the kinges garden at Civill, and the contrie the helthsomest in the worlde.
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The chanell of Bahama betweene Florida and the Isles of Lucayos.
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They set sail with three brigantines and found without difficulty the island of Bimini among the Lucayos (or Bahamas) islands; but when they searched for the Fountain of Youth they were pointed farther westward to Florida, where there was said to be a river of the same magic powers, called the Jordan.
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Llana, Punta, 349. Llandra, Columbus at, 256. Long Island, 117 n. Lucayos, discovered, 110. Luengo, Cabo, 356.
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Examples of Lucayo

Example #1
The Admiral unfurled the Royal Standard, and the captain's two standards of the Greek Cross, which the Admiral raised on all the ships as a sign, with an F. and a Y.; over each letter a crown; one on one side of the {"iron cross symbol"} and the other on the other.
Example #2
When they were ashore they saw very green trees and much water, and fruits of different kinds.
Example #3
From the eleventh of November until the sixth of December he was occupied in coasting along the northern shore, eventually returning eastward, when he crossed the channel which parts Cuba from Hayti.
Example #4
Although, while he was in Cuba, he never found the Grand Khan, he never recalls the hopes which he has expressed.
Example #5
There were in some of these isles more then five hundred thousande soules, and at this day there is not one only creature; for they have bene all of them slaine, after that they had drawen them oute to labor in their myneralls in the Ile of Hispaniola, where there were no more lefte of the inborne natives of that iland.
Example #6
St John’s Ile, and that of Jammaica, bothe of them very greate, very fertile, and very faire, are desolate.