What is the verb in what do the words Puerto Rico mean?
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 phrase, Costa Rica means rich coast. I hope this helps you :)
Travel is a noun, it is also a verb and an adjective. Example uses: As a noun: Travel is an opportunity to learn new things. As a verb: You can travel to Chicago by air or by rail. As an adjective: I'll get some travel brochures for Puerto Rico and the Bahamas. The noun forms for the verb to travel are traveler and the gerund, traveling.
Eres is a conjugation of the verb ser which is the verb to be. Eres is the conjuationj used when speaking towards a secondry person or group. De means of/from. It is used to state belonging, as in: "El lápiz de David" = "The pencil of David" or "La persona de Puerto Rico" = "The person from Puerto Rico". Also de is used to indicate what something is made of, as in: "La moneda de…