/mɪˈrændə; also for 1, 4,Spanish miˈrɑndɑ/Show Spelled[mi-ran-duh; also for 1, 4,Spanish mee-rahn-dah]Show IPA
Fran·cis·co de /frɑnˈsiskɔ ðɛ/Show Spelled[frahn-sees-kaw the]Show IPA, 1750–1816, Venezuelan revolutionist and patriot.
Astronomy. a moon of the planet Uranus.
daughter of Prospero in Shakespeare's The Tempest.
a female given name: from a Latin word meaning “to be admired.”
Law.of, pertaining to, or being upheld by the Supreme Court ruling (Miranda v. Arizona, 1966) requiring law-enforcement officers to warn a person who has been taken into custody of his or her rights to remain silent and to have legal counsel.
Francisco de (franˈsisko de). 1750--1816, Venezuelan revolutionary, who planned to liberate South and Central America from Spain. A leader (1811--12) of the Venezuelan uprising, he surrendered to Spain and died in prison