This question doesn't make sense because its not a full question. Do you mean " what does the Spanish word Costa Rica mean"? 1.Costa means coast.Rica means rich. so it means rich coast. 2. its a republic in CentralAmerica. Those are the two answers that i can give you,I hope that was what you were looking for. :)
Costa from the Latin infinitive accostare, "to adjoin"; Costa is the Latin word for "rib", and therefore, "side" and accost is formed from Latin ad-, "to" + costa, Latin costa, "rib, side" (This is actually the source of the word 'coast'). The essential sense is "to be alongside" (like he coast is alongside the beach and sea).
Costa Rica means Rich Coast in Spanish, because the spanierds thought there was a wealth of gold when they first landed in Costa Rica. Because it means Rich Coast and Costa Rica consider themselves a rich coast because it is a perfect weather to grow many veggies and fruits/coffee. Because it means Rich Coast and Costa Rica consider themselves a rich coast because it is a perfect weather to grow many veggies and fruits/coffee.
Coasta is the Spanish word for coast, as in sea coast. Different parts of the Atlantic and Mediterranean coasts have names and are very popular with tourists from around Europe and the rest of the world. There are 8 costas. They are Costa de la Luz, Costa del Sol, Costa de Almeria, Costa Calida, Costa Blanca, Costa de Azahar, Costa Dorada, and the Costa Brava.
The official language of Costa Rica is Spanish, so in Costa Rica you would say "money" using the Spanish word, "dinero." On the other hand, there is an English language enclave in Costa Rica, and many people elsewhere in that country understand some English, so you might be understood when using the English word. "money."
Costa del Sol means sun coast or literally coast of the sun. Costa Blanca (there is no word in Spanish as Blanko) would mean White Coast. Costa del Sol is a region in the south of Spain. Costa Blanca refers to over 200 km of coastline in the province of Alicante, also in Spain. I'm not aware of either place being located in the country of Costa Rica. There is a Punta Banco (near Panama)…
There is no verb, but rico is an adverb. Puerto means port, or harbor, and rico means rich, abundant, or affluent. So Puerto Rico then would mean rich harbor. The ending of rico changes to an "a" rather than an "o" if the noun is female rather than male. For example, Costa Rica. By the way, costa means coast, shore, or seaside, or it can mean cost, but taking it into the context of the…